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Custom

Service Handbook
Custom Track
Track
Service
Handbook

17th Edition

17th Edition
PEKP9400-08
2015 Caterpillar. All Rights Reserved.
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Last Updated: !PRIL 2015
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Measurement Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Controllable Variables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Partially Controllable Variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Component Discussions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Links . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Former Link Service Limits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Sealed Track Pin & Bushings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Shoes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Idlers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Carrier Rollers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Track Rollers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Sprockets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Guards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Ma n a g em e n t & Me r ch a n d is i n g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Track Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Wear Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Track Seal Replacement Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
CTS Inspection Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Calculations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Using CTS Reports To Manage Undercarriage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
CTS on the Personal Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Competitive Machine Undercarriage Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
E l ev a t e d S pr o ck e t M a ch i n e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
D4H, D5M, D5N - 6.75 IN. (171.5 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
D5H, D6M, D6N - 7.50 in (190 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131
D6H, D6R, D6T - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.58 in. (218 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209
D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .227
D9L, 589 - 9.00 in. (228.6 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .237
D10N, D10R, D10T - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .255
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .263
Low Sprocket Machines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 283
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .283
D3C, D3G, D3K, D4C, D4G, D4K - 6.91 in. (175.5 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .299
D3, 931, 933, 935, D4B, D4C, D4G - 6.125 in. (155.6 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .310
D4, 941 - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .327
D5K - 7.50 in. (190 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .342
D5K - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .343
D5G, D5C, 939 - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .357

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D5, 955, 951, 561 - 6.91 in. (175.5 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .378
D6K, D6K2, PL61 - 7.50 in. (190 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400
D6, 955 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .412
D7E - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .445
D7, 977 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .454
D8, 583, 983 - 9.00 in. (228.6 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .480
D9, 594 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .492
Hydrostatic Loaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503
943 - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .512
953 - 7.50 in. (190 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .520
953 - 6.91 in. (175.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .538
963 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .549
973 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .570
Excavators & Forest Machines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 589
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .589
304, 304.5, 305, 305.5, 306 - 5.31 in. (135 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .597
307, 308 - 6.06 in. (154 mm), 5.31 in. (135 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .606
312B, 312C - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .617
311, 312, 313, 314 - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .618
313D2 LGP, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 320 FM, 321, 322, 322 FM, 323, 324, 326, 1090 - 7.50 in.
(190 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .628
320 FM, TK711, 1090 - 7.50 in. (190 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .629
320S, 320 FM, 322 FM, 323S, 324 FM, 325, 329, 511, TK711, 1090 -
8.00 in. (203.2 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .650
324 FM, 325 FM, 521, 522, 1190, 1390, TK721, TK722, TK741 -
8.00 in. (203.2 mm). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .651
328, 330, 330 FM, 336, 340, 532, 541, 1290, 1390, TK732 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .667
325 FM, 330 FM, 345, 349, 551, 552, 568, TK751, TK752 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .680
345FM, 350 - 9.00 in. (228.6 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .693
365, 374 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .701
375, 385, 390, 5080, 5090 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .702
5110 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .715
5130 - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .723
5230 - 14.90 in. (378.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .733
Paving Products/Drive Belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 739
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .739
PM465 - 5.31 in. (135 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .740
AP650, AP1050, BG225, BG245 6.125 in. (155.6 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .748
SF250B, TR225B, PR450, SF350 6.125 in. (155.6 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .759
PR750, PR1000, SF500, SF550, TR500 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .766
PM565 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .772

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Introduction

Edition Seventeen is a comprehensive update to the CTS Handbook in conjunction with the release
of CTSi 1.0. The smaller handbook size is a result of dealer feedback and now fits easily inside the
UWI tool kit. Updates were made to the General Information and the Management and Merchandis-
ing sections. The Introduction sections of each product type were also updated.
Some of the changes you will notice include:
Undercarriage Codes are no longer utilized with the new CTSi computer program. Instead, the in-
dividual Wear Chart number applicable to the models undercarriage component is located be-
neath each chart. UC codes are no longer listed at the front of each product types introduction
section of the handbook.
The machine models and applicable wear charts are up-to-date.
Classic undercarriage wear charts are now incorporated into the various product type sections.
The 200 series and E series Excavators have been removed from the CTS Handbook. A separate
e-book in PDF format, Media No. PEKP9414, is available for download via the Cat Media Informa-
tion Center (CMIC). These models will still reside in the CTSi computer program.
Information regarding the new CTS Reports formats that can now be generated in CTSi, including
Simple and Detailed formats (Percent Worn report also includes a Graph format).

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General Information
6V-9413 CTS Tool Kit

Part Number Description Use


6V-9413 CTS Tool Kit Complete Set of Tools
6V-7784 CTS Pouch Carrying Tools
8H-8580 Scraper Cleaning U/C Components
5P-3920 12 in. Steel Rule With Caliper and Depth Gauge
4S-9404 12 in. Caliper Bushing O.D.
8T-7790 6 in. Caliper D11N - D11T Bushing O.D.
4S-9405 12 in. Caliper Roller Diameter
5P-3277 12 ft. tape Track Pitch, D4H-D11T Sprockets
6V-9410 (1) Depth Gauge Multi-Purpose All Models

1 Replacement parts for the 6V-9410 Multi-Purpose Depth Gauge:


6V-9409 10 in. Probe
6V-9408 4 in. Probe

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Measurement Tools
423-0478 Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV Group

Part Number Description


423-0478 Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV Group with case and other CTS tools, includes:
415-4055 Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV Group
8H-8580 Scraper
5P-3920 12 Steel Ruler
4S-9405 12 Caliper
5P-3277 10 Tape Measure
423-0483 Depth Gauge
9U-7981 Ultrasonic Couplant (2)
415-4055 Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV Group with case, includes:
415-4051 Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV
415-4052 Ultrasonic Probe
415-4053 Soft Case
415-4054 Foam Assembly
267-6532 Towel (19)
6V-7145 Case
415-4051 Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV, includes:
425-6888 Serial Cable
370-8059 USB to Serial Adapter
Rubber Connector Plugs (4)
NEHS1164 Tool Operating Manual

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Measurement Tools
Former Ultrasonic Wear Indicator III Group

Part Number Description


Ultrasonic Wear Indicator III Group
Ultrasonic Wear Indicator III
415-4052 Ultrasonic Probe
9U-7981 Couplant
4C-5490 Couplant Holder
6V-7145 Case (without foam insert)
4C-4772 Foam Insert
4C-3024 Battery Charger (120 or 230 volts 50/60 Hertz)
267-6532 Paper Towels (19 towels)
1U-7445 Rechargeable Batteries, Nickel Cadmium (AA)
9U-6175 Ultrasonic Wear Indicator Soft Protective Case
1U-9533 Non rechargeable Batteries, Alkaline (AA)
4C-5488 Cable Assembly, 9 pin female connector, for personal computer
4C-5489 Cable Assembly, 25 pin female connector, for personal computer
370-8059 Adapter Kit USB to Serial Port (for computers with no serial port)
NEHS0730 Tool Operating Manual

NOTE

A 12-volt automotive power supply adapter (6 volts DC) and an earphone are available
through many electronic supply retailers.

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Ultrasonic Wear Indicator
The new Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV for measuring undercarriage components is now available. It
replaces the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator III.
The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV will electronically download data to the new CTSi version 1.0 or
greater software. There are three options for current users of CTS v5.7:
The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV can be used to measure undercarriage components, and the
measurements can be manually entered into CTS v5.7.
CTSi v1.0 will be available in late July. Users of this version can load machines that already exist
in their CTS v5.7 data. This option is best for current CTS v5.7 users who need to purchase a new
tool because they do not have a working UWI tool.
CTSi v1.1 will be available in October 2013. Users of this version will have complete web access,
including the capability to add additional machines. This option is best for new CTSi users who
need the ability to add new machines and who need a new UWI tool. This option is also recom-
mended for CTS v5.7 users who desire to upgrade to the new CTSi functionality.
Note: The previous Ultrasonic Wear Indicator III does work in conjunction with the new CTSi v1.0
and v1.1. The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV is not required to function with the new CTSi v1.0 and
v1.1.
Smaller size easier carrying and storage
Larger display enhanced readability
Improved ultrasonic probe faster inspections
Multiple inspection modes greater capability for various inspection needs
Custom inspection customized personal inspection sequence
More memory increased storage of machines (up to 100)
Percent worn calculation immediate feedback of component wear level
Beeper and lights visual and audible confirmation when tool is coupled
Contrast adjustment adjustable screen visibility for different lighting conditions

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Ultrasonic Wear Indicator
The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator measures components thickness by sending high frequency sound
waves through the material to be measured. The elapsed time between sending and receiving the
sound waves allows the tool to determine thickness.
This electronic CTS tool has the following key features and benefits:

Ultrasonic wave emitting Reduces time spent cleaning parts (especially bushings and
probe shoes).
Eliminates measurement errors due to dirt packing around
parts.
Measures bushings after turning.
Eliminates errors due to measurement technique differences
among inspectors.
Measures idler center flange wear.
Memory Reduces on-site measurement recording.
Stores inspections for 100 machines
Downloads to CTS computer program for automatic percent
worn and projected life calculations.
Uploads previous inspections from CTS computer program to
improve speed and quality.
Language capability English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish.
Earphone connector Allows users to hear Coupled beeping indicator.
Backlight feature Allows users to see the display in poor lighting conditions.

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Controllable Variables
Variables That Affect Undercarriage Life
The variables that determine undercarriage system life and wear balance between components
can be divided into three major groupings. The first are those that are controllable. Controllable var-
iables would include track tension, shoe width, machine balance, and alignment of components.
The second major group, non-controllable variables, are 100 percent determined by the underfoot
conditions. They include impact, abrasiveness, packing, moisture, terrain and even machine appli-
cation (what the machine is doing).
The third major group is partially controllable variables. These mainly involve machine operator
controllable events or habits, including working the load always on one side of the machine.
A thorough knowledge of each of the elements of all these three major groups is essential if the
CTS expert is going to be able to not only explain what has happened, but also what could be
expected to happen, especially as any of these variables were to change. Awareness of the rela-
tive interplay between these variables on the final wear or structural life of specific components,
and even on the system is so important that their discussion has been placed at the front of this
book. To use the rest of the book before understanding these would be counterproductive.

Controllable Variables
Controllable variables that affect undercarriage life can have a major economic effect on the opera-
tion of undercarriage systems. The three significant controllable variables include track adjustment
(tension/sag), track shoe width, and alignment.
Shoe width can cause a wide range of problems, including track seal and lubricant integrity; link
cracking, roller flange wear, and bushing wear. Shoe width is controllable because the user, with
your advice, chooses which shoe to order
Alignment, the third and least critical controllable variable is discussed here because, particularly
on low sprocket machines, it is wrongly blamed as a cause for many symptoms. It is beneficial to
know how misalignment does and does not affect wear patterns so you can better identify the real
cause, controllable or not. A short discussion on track-excited vibration is also placed in this area
even though it is only controllable at a machine design time.

Track Adjustment
Tight track can drastically affect bushing life (increasing wear rate as much as three times) and is
listed frequently as a cause or accelerator under the wear and structural problems section for
many components. Reference the separate machine sections for instructions on how to measure
and adjust track sag.

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Controllable Variables Shoe Width
Shoe width can cause a wide range of problems, including track seal and lubricant integrity, link
cracking, roller flange wear, and bushing wear. Shoe width is controllable because the user, with
your advice, chooses which shoe to order.
Use the chart on, page 44 to help choose the right shoe based on the factors described below.

Factors Affecting Machine Production


Flotation
Choose a shoe width that provides adequate flotation, but not more than is needed. The narrowest
shoe that provides adequate flotation will prevent the machine from sinking into the underfoot
material.
Penetration-Traction
Additional shoe width does not provide greater penetration or traction and consequently does not
increase production, assuming adequate flotation.
Maneuverability
Wide shoes increase turning resistance, making the machine harder to handle and decreasing
productivity.
Versatility
Increased shoe width improves machine versatility by allowing it to work in both hard and
softer underfoot conditions without losing flotation. Unfortunately, wider shoes accelerate wear
and structural damage.

Undercarriage System Wear and Structural Life Factors


Shoe Wear Life
Wider shoes do not improve wear life. The extra wear material provided by wider grousers gives lit-
tle extra life. The largest variable affecting shoe wear life is slippage.
Shoe Structural Life
Bending stress on shoes increases proportionately with width. Cracking, bending, and hardware
loosening increase as shoe width increases.
Basic Rule of Thumb: Always specify the narrowest shoe possible that will provide adequate flota-
tion and traction without excessive track slippage.
Link-Roller-Idler Wear Life
Wear rates increase on link rail sides, roller flanges and idler flanges as shoe width increases be-
cause of increased interference.
Pin and Bushing Wear Life
External bushing wear rate on Sealed and Sealed and Lubricated Track and internal wear rate on
Sealed Track increases as shoe width increases. This is due to the increased loads, weight and
twisting.
Pin and Bushing Structural Life
Too wide shoes in high impact or steep terrain can cause pins and bushings to loosen in the link
bores, resulting in dry joints. Loss of pin and bushing retention prevents successful pin and bushing
turns.

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Controllable Variables Shoe Width

Undercarriage System Wear and Structural Life Factors (Cont'd.)


The following chart shows the effect of track link assembly bending stresses as shoe width
increases.
100
Bending Stress
80
% Increase

60

40

20

0
20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34
Shoe Width

Sealed and Lubricated Track Joint Life


The most costly effect of too wide shoes is the loss of lubricant and seal life resulting in premature
dry joints. The wider the shoe, plus the higher the impact, the greater the chance of a pressed track
joint opening up, allowing loss of lubricant. The loss of lubricant occurs when the bushing slides
back and forth along the pin. The clearance between the links created by this opening up is
called end play. End play can only be eliminated by pressing the components tight when track press
work is performed. For maximum lubricant and seal life the machine should be equipped with the
narrowest possible shoes which will provide adequate flotation.

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Controllable Variables Alignment
Proper roller frame, idler and sprocket alignment is important to avoid accelerated, unbalanced
wear on moving undercarriage components (roller tread and flanges, link rails and rail sides and
sprocket sides).
As a general rule any wear pattern differences between left and right, inner and outer, or front and
rear may be due to improper alignment of one or more parts of the roller frame, idlers or sprockets.
Following is a description of the more common types of alignment problems, their cause, effect,
and the steps required to correct the cause:

NOTE

The D9R (SN 7TL1212-up and 8BL1422-up). D10R (SN 3KR1331-up) and D11R (SN 9TR202-
up and 9XR154-up) have unique Track Roller Frame alignment to increase link and roller
life. This is detailed in Service Magazine SEPD0469.

Roller Frame
(including diagonal brace)
Toe-In and/or Toe-Out
When viewed from the top, the roller frame is not parallel to the center
line of the tractor.
Cause: temporarily (during load only) or permanently bent diagonal
brace or roller frame.
Effect: unbalanced wear when comparing inboard versus outboard roll-
er and idler flanges and rail sides rollers worsen from rear to front
Remedy: straighten diagonal braces and repair mounting bearings.

Tilt
When viewed from front or rear the roller frame tilts toward or away
from tractor.
Cause: bent diagonal brace, broken mountings or bearings
Effect: unbalanced wear when comparing inboard versus outboard roll-
er, idler, link treads and flanges unbalance from front to rear on
rollers.
REMEDY: straighten diagonal brace and/or repair mountings

Bow
Similar to toe-in and toe-out, but roller frame is bent and curves in or
out with respect to tractor.
Cause: bent roller frame
Effect: similar to toe-in and toe-out except rear rollers are not affected
REMEDY: straighten roller frame

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Controllable Variables Alignment
Roller Frame(including diagonal brace) (Cont'd.)

Twist
When viewed from the front, the roller frame is twisted, with the front
end of the roller frame tilted out.
Cause: roller frame twisted around a horizontal axis parallel to the
tractor
Effect: similar to effect of tilt except that rear rollers should not be
affected
Remedy: straighten roller frame

Idler Mounting
Toe-in or Toe-out
When viewed from top, idler is not parallel to center line of roller frame
Cause: bent idler support box sections or bent idler yoke
Effect: wears inner rail sides and idler flanges most may affect wear
on front roller flanges
Remedy: straighten idler support box sections or yoke

Idler Height
Idler height is the distance between the bottom tread surface of the idler and the bottom tread sur-
face of the adjacent track roller. The idler should always be higher than the track roller.
Cause: insufficient or excessive idler height, due to incorrect original adjustment, track roller wear,
or deterioration or loss of bogie pads
Effect: if idler height is too low, excessive machine vibration. If idler height is too high, poor dozing
control, particularly during finish dozing operations
Remedy: use shims to set the correct idler height

Lateral Displacement
When viewed from top, idler is parallel to, but moved toward or away
with respect to the tractor and roller frame.
Cause: improper shimming
Effect: wears idler flanges, inner rail sides, and adjacent track roller(s)
Remedy: correct shimming

Twist Tilt
When viewed from front, idler tilts out of vertical plane.
Cause: bent idler support box frame
Effect: same as toe-in or toe-out
Remedy: same as toe-in or toe-out

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Controllable Variables Alignment
Sprocket
Toe-in, Toe-out
When viewed from the top, sprocket not parallel to center line of roller
frame.
Cause: sprocket shaft bent
Effect: wears inner link sides and segments sides
Remedy: straighten or replace sprocket shaft

Twist
When viewed from rear, sprocket is leaned or tilted in or out with respect
to the roller frame
Cause: sprocket shaft bent up or down
Effect: same as toe-in, toe-out
Remedy: same as toe-in, toe-out

Lateral Displacement
When viewed from top or rear, sprocket is parallel to but moved in or out
with respect to tractor and roller frame
Cause: sprocket not pressed proper distance onto shaft
Effect: inboard or outboard sprocket sides and rail insides worn, may af-
fect rear roller flanges
Remedy: re-position sprocket on shaft

General Statements about Alignment Problems, Symptoms, Causes, Effects and


Remedies:
1. The larger and heavier the machine and the more severe the impact, the greater likelihood of
alignment problems.
2. Alignment problems of roller frame, idler, and sprocket will affect all links the same.
3. Alignment problems of roller frame, idler, and sprocket will affect track rollers unequally (front
to rear rollers, inner to outer flanges, and inner and outer treads).
4. Horizontal straightness of roller frame will not affect links but will affect front and/or rear roller
treads compared to center.
5. Snaky track will not cause near the degree of damage as caused by misalignment.
6. Carrier roller wear can be used as a visual indicator of roller frame alignment.
7. Some alignment problems are temporary (caused by working loads). If both sides of a machine
have the same misalignment type wear patterns, the cause may be flexing of the track roller
frames due to working loads.
8. If misalignment is suspected, it is important to completely correct it before installing new under-
carriage components.
9. Tight track increases the effect of all types of alignment problems because it increases the loads
between the interfering components.

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Vibration
Track-Excited Vibration
Track-excited vibration is the most widely encountered vibration on track-type machines. As the
machines moves, each link, as a part of an endless rail, makes contact with two curved surfaces,
idlers and track rollers.
Contact between the idlers and the links causes wear in the center of the link. Contact between the
track rollers and the links causes wear on the ends of the links where they overlap with the adja-
cent link. As a result of this wear, a scallop pattern is formed on the surface of each track link. See,
page 25
This type of link wear can be accelerated by abrasiveness and moisture content of the soil, ma-
chine weight, travel speed, and underfoot conditions. It is sometimes possible that track-excited vi-
bration will go unnoticed on rough terrain, yet be apparent when the machine is working on a
smooth surface.
The depth of scallop and the scallop-roller spacing determine how smoothly the machine travels. If
the spacing of the track roller and scallops are uneven, so that some of the rollers are on the high
points of the link while others are over the low points, the machine will move across the scallops
more smoothly. However, if the spacing is the same, the rollers will rise and fall in unison with each
scallop as they pass over the links, thus creating vibration.
The relationship between machine speed and the depth of the scallops also affects the vibration.
The speed of the machine determines the frequency of the vibration while the depth of the scallops
controls the amplitude of the vibration. In addition, natural frequencies, which occur in all struc-
tures, can respond to the vibration. Because of this response, it is possible for certain parts of a
machine, such as the roll-over protection structure, sheet metal components, or, sometimes, the
whole machine, to respond to the initial frequency and begin vibrating.
The vibration can be reduced by replacing deteriorated isolation mounts where necessary, replac-
ing any broken or missing fasteners and by generally keeping the machine in good repair. A change
in operating speed or technique, or a change of counterweights or attachments may reduce the
effect.

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Non-Controllable Variables Underfoot Conditions
There are a number of variables that affect rates and patterns of wear which cannot be controlled.
Non-controllable variables include soil and underfoot conditions (abrasion, impact, moisture, pack-
ing, corrosion, etc), terrain conditions, and application conditions (what the machine is doing).

Soil & Underfoot Conditions


Abrasiveness
Abrasiveness of underfoot conditions is the most difficult to accurately measure except by its
effect.
Abrasiveness Ratings
High Saturated wet soils containing a majority of hard, angular or sharp sand particles.
Moderate Slightly or intermittently damp soils containing a low proportion of hard, angular or
sharp particles.
Low Dry soils or rock containing a very low proportion of hard, angular sharp sand or rock chip
particles.
The amount of moisture plays a big role in defining abrasiveness. For example, dry, pure quartz sand
may be only 1/10 as abrasive as saturated wet, pure quartz sand slurry and only half as abrasive as
it is in a damp condition. This is because moisture affects the rate that particles are carried to and
stuck to the metal surface being worn. Some abrasive combinations tend to attack the bushing,
others the grousers and still others the links and rollers. These differences are difficult to quantify
except by actual experience.
Usually, the link is the best component to use for comparing overall relative abrasive effects be-
cause it is least subjected to other variables at the same time. The link is commonly used as the
base component when comparing wear lives of different components in different abrasive
conditions.
Impact
Impact of underfoot conditions is determined by weight of the machine and speed is defined under
APPLICATION CONDITIONS later in this sub-section.
Impact Ratings Description
High Non-penetrable hard surfaces with constant exposure to 6 in. (15 cm) or higher bumps.
Moderate Partially penetrable surfaces with constant exposure to smaller bumps.
Low Completely penetrable surfaces which provide full shoe plate support, with low exposure to
any height bumps.
The most noticeable affect of impact is on structural problems such as bending, cracking, breaking,
chipping, spalling, roll-over, and hardware and pin and bushing retention.
Generally, wear life of larger machines is less affected by variations in impact than smaller
machines.
Wide Shoes accentuate the effects of impact conditions. Machines with single grouser shoes are
more susceptible to higher impact effects than those with multi-grouser shoes.
Packing
Packing describes any condition where underfoot material sticks to or packs between undercar-
riage components. It has two major effects. First, it can prevent mating parts from properly engag-
ing each other. This can cause interference, high loads and increased wear rates. Examples of this
effect include sprocket teeth packing and packing between shoes and bushings, causing the teeth
to engage the bushings incorrectly.

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Non-Controllable Variables Underfoot Conditions

Soil & Underfoot Conditions (Cont'd.)


The second major affect of packing is increased wear because abrasive material sticks to wear
surfaces. The best example of this is a sand-clay mixture packed around idlers, carrier and track
rollers causing constant abrasion when these components contact track links. The result is similar
to a grinding or polishing wheel. Parts subjected to this effect are usually polished smooth.
Severe cases of packing will prevent the rollers, particularly carrier rollers, from turning. Then links
must slide across roller treads causing flat spots.
Packing materials vary widely and extend far beyond clay and mud that are normally associated
with it. The following list of materials can result in one or both of the major effects listed above. Ob-
viously, the moisture content of most of these materials helps determine its stickiness and its com-
pactability. Many underfoot conditions are composed of various combinations of these materials
and the effect may be cumulative. Packing materials fall into two categories; (A) those that can usu-
ally be extruded or squeezed out from between the parts when wet and (B) those which cannot be
extruded with the pressures and opening sizes normally available in track-type machines.
Packing Materials
A. Extrudable (when wet)
Sanitary Landfill (garbage)
Silt soils
Clay soils
Sandy soils
Snow and ice
Metallic ores (taconite)
Non-metallic ores (gypsum)
B. Non-extrudable
Sanitary Landfill (garbage)
Branches, twigs, and brush
Stones, rocks, and gravel
Demolition debris
Sod-like materials
Generally, the affect of packing cannot be controlled.
Some modifications or component options for use in minimizing the affects of packing are described
below. The most common modification to undercarriage components or use of option attachments
involves providing Trapezoidal openings for the packing type material to extrude or fall out, thus re-
lieving the pressure. These modifications or attachments should only be used in the presence of ex-
trudable type materials.
1. Trapezoidal Openings in shoes. Caterpillar recommends that track shoes with trapezoidal open-
ings be used in the presence of extrudable material. These shoes are available for most ma-
chines. These shoes are not standard because, in the absence of packing, they allow
underfoot material to enter the system and reduce wear life.
2. Full length track roller guards. These should not be used in packing materials except when rocks
could enter between the rollers and cause crushing damage. Roller guards are harmful because
they tend to keep the packing material in the system.
3. Mud and snow sprockets and segments. These should only be used in the constant presence of
soft extrudable packing materials. In any other material they will result in much accelerated ex-
ternal bushing wear due to reduced contact area in the sprocket root.

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Non-Controllable Variables Underfoot Conditions

Other Environment Variables


There are other conditions that may or may not be associated with the soil and underfoot
conditions.
Moisture
The effects of moisture as contributing to abrasiveness and packing have been explained in the
previous section. Moisture or water in itself can corrode steel resulting in the loss of wear material.
Moderate amounts of moisture increase the corrosive effects of many other chemicals and com-
pounds; both those found in nature and man made, such as sulfur, salt and fertilizers.
Water in liberal amounts has the beneficial effect of washing abrasive particles away, softening
many packing materials to ease their extrusion and finally, diluting some chemical corrosion agents
to lessen their effect.
Chemicals
Corrosive chemicals found in nature plus man-made compounds may have the effect of either eat-
ing away at wear material or increase the rate of certain types of cracks. Ironically, most hardened
steels are more susceptible to corrosion cracking than softer, unhardened steels. Highly acidic and
saline soils can contribute to these effects.
Organic chemicals such as petroleum products can attack rubber load rings and toric rings in roll-
ers and idlers causing them to fail.
Temperature
High temperatures increase the rate of chemical action. Extremely high temperatures, like those
found in slag removal in steel mills, can damage seals and soften hardened steels found in under-
carriage parts.
Very low temperatures, near or below -40 F (-40C), can result in steel brittleness, loss of rubber
seal resiliency, and reduction in the needed lubricant flow in Sealed and Lubricated Track, roller
and idlers.

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Non-Controllable Variables Underfoot Conditions

Other Environment Variables (Cont'd.)


Terrain Conditions
Working on Sidehill
Shifts weight balance to the downhill side of the machine. This increases
the wear rate on components on the downhill side of the machine. It also in-
creases wear on rail sides, roller and idler flanges, bushing ends, and grous-
er ends.

Working Downhill
Shifts weight balance forward causing relatively high wear on front track
rollers and idlers and on the reverse drive side of the sprocket and bushing.

Working Uphill
Shifts weight balance to the rear causing relatively higher wear on rear
track rollers and idlers and on the forward drive side of the sprocket and
bushing.

Working on a Crown
The side of components that is nearer the center of the machine carries
heavier loads. This results in increased wear on the inside wear surface of
links, rollers, idler treads and grouser ends. In extreme cases, the inner
bushing-to-sprocket contact surfaces also may experience greater wear.

Working in a Depression
Causes loads to be carried by the side of components that is on the outside
of the machine. This increases wear on the outside wear surface of links,
rollers, idler treads, and grouser ends. In extreme cases the outer bushing-
sprocket contact surfaces also may experience greater wear.

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Non-Controllable Variables Underfoot Conditions

Application Conditions
The word application is often misused to describe underfoot condition. It should be thought of as
describing what the machine is doing.
Dozing and Push Loading
Shifts machine weight balance toward the front causing faster wear on front rollers and idlers.
Ripping and Drawbar
Shifts the weight balance towards the rear of the machine, increasing wear on rear rollers, idlers
and sprockets.
Loading (Track-Type Loaders)
Shifts weight from front to rear of machine as it changes from digging to carrying. The greatest ef-
fect is increased wear on front and rear rollers as compared with center rollers.
Excavating with Hydraulic Excavators
Shifts weight balance from left to right of machine with the possible effect of wearing outer link
treads, roller treads and flanges at a greater rate than inner flanges and treads.

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Partially Controllable Variables
Some of the variables affecting undercarriage life can only be partially controlled. To some extent
they may be influenced by uncontrollable variables but can be partially offset by the operator. These
are called operating conditions.
The word operating is often misused to describe underfoot or application conditions. It should be
thought of as describing what the machine operator is doing.

Speed
Wear rate is a direct function of speed because wear is a function of distance traveled and not just
the time worked.
As speed increases, wear rates increase on all components. Wear rates and impact (structural) ef-
fects also increase with speed due to the increased material loads caused by the rate at which the
parts contact each other. Link-roller, link-carrier roller, link-idler, and bushing-sprocket wear rates
increase as a result of the increased impact between these parts. Shoe and grouser wear rates in-
crease due to the increased impact with the ground. High speed reverse has a particular effect on
the bushing-sprocket contact wear rates due to the design of the track. Non-productive speed
should be discouraged. Non-productive forward-reverse direction changes should be avoided.

Turning
Wear rates increase with increased turning. Turning increases interference loads between links
and rollers and links and idlers, particularly on rail sides and roller and idler flanges. Turning in re-
verse can accelerate bushing-sprocket wear as compared to turning in forward. The effects of al-
ways turning in one direction can be balanced by changing tracks from one side of the machine to
the other half way through their life.

Slipping Tracks
Wear rates on all components increase when tracks are slipped. Track shoe grousers particularly
are affected when tracks are slipped due to the increased sliding between the grouser and the
ground. The increased loads that slipping tracks cause is accelerated when the ground is resistive
to shear.

Preferred-Side Dozing or Other Work


Wear rates on the loaded side of a dozer will increase on all components if only one side of the ma-
chine is used. Wear rates increase as more power is applied to the loaded side. More slippage and
packing will occur on the loaded side; this also increases wear.
Putting more loads and packing onto one side of the machine may result in up to twice the wear
rate on that side. This wear rate effect may be balanced by switching all components from one side
to the other. This should be done when the link and/or rollers reach half of their potential wear life
on the most worn side.

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Component Discussions

Components
Each component has individual measurement techniques, wear limits, wear charts, rebuildability
criteria, wear patterns and structural problems. The general information for each component is cov-
ered in the following section. Specific additions and exceptions are covered in the individual prod-
uct sections.

Percent Worn Charts


The percent worn charts section of this handbook translates component measurements into per-
cent worn for Caterpillar parts only.
All percent worn figures shown are percent of time used and not percent of material used. This al-
lows them to be used to directly calculate projected life to the service limit. These charts consider
the slower rate of wear when the hardened case is still there and the faster rate of wear that oc-
curs when softer material is exposed.
Charts are provided for high and low impact applications where applicable. Greater and lesser al-
lowable wear charts are also provided for structural integrity for links and bushings on certain ma-
chines. Guidance for the selection of high, moderate or low impact and lesser or greater allowable
wear charts is provided at the front of each section of wear charts. Measurements corresponding
to 100 percent worn (the service limit) are underlined.
In most cases, service limit projections made from less than 30 percent worn cannot be considered
accurate. However, such projections can be used to determine call back dates.
Percentages above 100 percent have been provided so projections to 120 percent worn can be cal-
culated. Backward projections to service limit (100 percent) can also be made to determine when
the service limit was reached.
A separate discussion under each component sub-section (links, bushings, etc.) describes how the
service limit was derived and the risk involved when the component is worn past that point.

NOTE

Competitive undercarriage inspection, wear life and maintenance/rebuild projection can-


not be determined from information contained in the handbook because of a lack of infor-
mation about design, expected wear rates and service limits even when some important
dimensions are similar.

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Links

Link Rail Wear


Measurement Technique
Track links may be measured by the depth gauge or by the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator.

The depth gauge measures link height from the rail surface
to the track shoe. The correct location for track link meas-
urement is outside of the links at the end of the track pin.
Position the depth gauge as close to the end of the pin as
possible, making sure links and shoe surface are clean. En-
sure the gauge is flat against the link rails and perpendicu-
lar to the shoe surface. Measurement should be made to
the closest 0.01 in. or 0.25 mm.

The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator measures the distance from


the rail surface to the bushing bore. Place the probe on the
link above the centerline of the bushing and slide the probe
along the tread surface to get the smallest reading.

Wear Limits
Link wear limits are determined by setting the allowable wear equal to some fraction of the clear-
ance between the link and the roller. On some machines this clearance is between the link pin boss
and the roller flange. On other machines the clearance is between the bushing and the inner
flanges of a double flange roller.
On a 100 percent worn link matched together with a 100 percent worn roller, the roller flanges are
in contact with either the link pin bosses or the bushing. As wear proceeds past 100 percent, wear
on the link pin boss reduces pin retention, wear on the bushings may cause cracking.
If the link is worn past 100 percent, structural damage may result in the form of cracking, breaking
and pin and bushing loosening.

Wear Limits Greater and Lesser


Wear limits for Sealed and Lubricated Track links are determined by remaining crack resistance
strength. Two percent worn columns titled Greater Allowable Wear and Lesser Allowable Wear
are provided in link wear charts. At 100 percent worn, the lesser allowable wear column provides
more link rail thickness than the greater allowable wear column. Note, for example, in the wear
charts under the ultrasonic measurements, the link rail is always thicker, and thus more crack re-
sistant, on the lesser allowable wear column than on the greater allowable wear column.
The selection of optimum allowable wear column will maximize the link life while preventing link
cracking. The optimum percent worn column depends on the relative link cracking required in your
situation. The amount of required crack resistance depends on several factors including sprocket
position (high or low),underfoot conditions, link projected life and application. Refer to the manage-
ment section in front of each product section for the criteria to use in selecting which allowable
wear chart to use.
Wear Charts
Wear charts for links have a built in factor allowing for faster wear rate as the hardness of the steel
decreases below the hardened case depth. Different wear charts are provided for different links,
and for the same link running with different rollers.

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Links

Link Wear Patterns


Rail (Top) Wear
(Normal expected wear position)
Causes: Rolling and sliding contact with roller and idler treads.
Accelerators: Horsepower, weight, speed, impact, abrasiveness, shoe
width, and tight track.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators listed above.

Uneven (Scalloping) Wear on Rail Top


Causes: Locations 1 & 3: Faster wear rate due to reduced contact with
rollers at narrower link overlap area.
Causes: Location 2: Rolling and sliding contact with idler at center of link
rail.
Accelerators: Same as Rail (Top) Wear above, particularly tight track
and machine not balanced.
Effect: Machine vibration and wear limit over pin boss reached
prematurely.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators listed above.

Excessive Pin & Pin Boss Side Wear


Causes: Sliding contact with guiding guards and/or roller guards.
Accelerators: Uneven terrain and side-hill operation. Wide shoes, worn
track roller flanges, and track roller frame misalignment.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators.

Rail Side Wear (inside and/or outside)


Causes: Rolling and sliding contact with roller and idler flanges.
Accelerators: Same as Rail Top Wear plus uneven terrain, turning,
side-hill operation, track roller frame misalignment, and wide shoes.
Effect: Reduces rail wear life to service limit.
Remedies: Controllable accelerators.

Rail Inside Wear


Causes: Sprocket tooth interference due to misalignment of track with
sprocket, carrier roller and/or idler (see sprocket wear).
Accelerators: Side hill or uneven terrain, turning, wide shoes.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable causes and accelerators.

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Links

Link Wear Patterns (Cont'd.)


Elongation of Counterbore (Sealed Track)
Causes: Contact with the bushing end in Sealed Track (see Sealed Track
bushing counterbore wear).
Effect: Reduces sealability of counterbore even with new seals in Sealed
Track.
Remedies: Turn pins and bushings in Sealed Track at bushing service
limit.

Depth Wear in Counterbore (Sealed Track)


Causes: Contact between Sealed Track seals or bushing end with bot-
tom of counterbore (see Sealed Track Bushing End Wear).
Accelerators: Abrasiveness, side hill loads, turning, side thrust impact
and wide shoes.
Effect: Reduces sealability of counterbore even with new seals in Sealed
Track.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators.

Pin Boss Tip Wear


Causes: Sliding and rolling contact with track roller flanges (see roller
flange wear).
Accelerators: Nonuniform wear on track rollers.
Effect: Loss of pin retention and reduced ability to turn bushings.
Remedies: At mid-life, swap track rollers to balance wear.

Face Wear (Sealed Track)


Causes: Contact between adjacent link faces following Sealed Track link
counterbore depth wear, seal wear and bushing end wear, all which al-
low end play.
Accelerators: Abrasiveness, side hill loads, turning, side thrust impact
and wide shoes.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate accelerators.

Pin Boss End Guiding Guard Wear


Causes: Sliding contact between pin boss ends and guiding guards or
roller guards.
Accelerators: Side hill or uneven terrain, turning, wide shoes.
Effect: Loss of pin retention and reduced ability to turn bushings.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators.

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Links

Link Structural Problems


Rail Spalling
Causes: Repeated high impact contact with roller treads and / or
flanges.
Accelerators: Impact, machine speed, horsepower, weight, wide shoes ,
and tight track.
Effect: May reduce wear life if over 30 percent of rail surface is affected;
otherwise only a cosmetic effect.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators, particularly
wide shoes that leverage loads on uneven terrain.

Link Cracking
Causes: Repeated twisting of link.
Accelerators: Same as Rail Spalling plus rail material worn away. The
biggest accelerator is wide shoes.
Effect: Short link assembly life and track separation.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators particularly
wide shoes and tight track.

Pin & Bushing Bore Enlargement


Causes: Bore material broached out during bushing turn; material
stretched during movement of flexing pins and bushings.
Accelerators: Same as Rail Spalling plus material worn off of pin
bosses. The biggest accelerator is wide shoes.
Remedies: (1) Improve track press alignment and tooling to prevent
broaching during bushing turn.
(2) Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators especially wide shoes
and tight track.

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Links

Split Master Link

Measuring and interpreting master link rail and other wear patterns is the same for the split master
link as for regular link.
Split master link structural problems are usually related to improper assembly and bolt tightening.
Split master links are even more susceptible to detrimental effects of wide shoes.

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Links

Assembling and Tightening Procedure


See the following Undercarriage Reconditioning Bulletins for detailed Installation and Removal in-
structions for Master Links:
REHS2220 Installation and Removal of SystemOne Clamp Masters
SEBF8620 Reusability Guidelines for Single Tooth Master Links
SEBF8621 Shop Disassembly and Assembly of Single Tooth Master Links
SEBF8622 Field Removal and Installation of Single Tooth Master Links
The importance of proper assembly sequence and torquing cannot be overstressed. Follow these
steps for both new and used split master links.
To ensure proper master link life and bolted joint integrity, the specified torque plus turn procedure
must be properly followed. Note that Five Tooth and Single Tooth torque turn angle values are differ-
ent as the bolts have different threads.
1. Before installing the track, the point of connection for the master link must be clean and not
have damage. Remove all paint from points of connection.
2. Apply anti-seize compound to bolt threads, body, washer face, and bolt contact areas on the
shoe during assembly.
3. Put master links together and check alignment of holes for master bolts. Install one master bolt
in each link. Bolts must turn easily in the threads when turned by hand.
4. Remove the bolts. Install the master track shoe and all four master bolts. Turn the master bolts
by hand.
5. Tighten the master bolts to initial torque, plus turn. The actual Torque specifications can be
found in the Management section of each machine type.

Torque sequence for open window clamp Torque sequence for standard track and cen-
master ter strut clamp master

Torque sequence for single tooth master

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Former Link Service Limits
These former links do not appear on wear chart pages. But, by using this procedure and chart you
can calculate the percent worn measurement.

STEP 1 STEP 2
New Link Height Worn Link Height = Amount Worn Amount Worn
Allowable Wear X 100 = Percent Worn

Link Part
Model Track Pitch Number New Link Height Allowable Wear Service
D2 6.12 in (155.4 mm) 5B-3129 & 30 3.00 in (76.2 mm) .25 in. (6.4 mm) 2.75 in (69.9 mm)
D3 6.125 in. (155.3 mm) 6S-3143 & 44 3.18 in (81 mm) .26 in (7 mm) 2.92 in (74 mm)
D4 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 5K-9423 & 24 3.66 in (93.0 mm) .25 in (6.4 mm) 3.41 in (86.6 mm)
6.75 in (171.5 mm) 5K-9457 & 58 3.66 in (93.0 mm) .25 in. (6.4 mm) 3.41 in (86.6 mm)
6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 4K-6647 & 48 3.66 in (93.0 mm) .25 in (6.4 mm) 3.41 in (86.6 mm)
6.75 in (171.5 mm) 4K-7039 & 40 3.66 in (93.0 mm) .25 in (6.4 mm) 3.41 in. (86.6 mm)
6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 6B-4645 & 46 3.53 in. (87.7 mm) .25 in (6.4 mm) 3.28 in. (83.3 mm)
D5 6.91 in (175.5 mm) 5S-683 & 84 4.06 in (103.1 mm) .37 in. (9.4 mm) 3.69 in (93.7 mm)
D6 8.00 in (203.2 mm) 9M-5627 & 28 4.50 in (114.3 mm) .30 in (7.6 mm) 4.20 in (106.7 mm)
6.75 in (171.5 mm) 2S-5959 & 60 4.00 in (101.5 mm) .34 in (8.6 mm) 3.66 in (93.0 mm)
6.75 in (171.5 mm) 7M-8863 & 64 3.91 in (99.3 mm) 30 in. (7.6 mm) 3.61 in (91.7 mm)
D7 8.50 in (215.9 mm) 2S-1749 & 50 4.75 in (120.7) .35 in (8.9 mm) 4.40 in (111.8 mm)
8.50 in. (215.9 mm) 1M-9001 & 02 4.75 in (120.7 mm) .35 in (8.9 mm) 4.40 in (111.8 mm)
8.00 in (203.2 mm) 1S-6433 & 34 4.63 in (117.6 mm) .38 in (9.7 mm) 4.25 in (108.0 mm)
8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 7M-8085 & 86 4.50 in (114.3 mm) .38 in. (9.7 mm) .38 in (9.7 mm)
8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 1S-1863 & 64 4.62 in (117.5 mm) .38 in (9.7 mm) 4.24 in (107.5 mm)
1S-6433 & 34
8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 7M-6763 & 64 4.50 in. (114.3 mm) .38 (9.7 mm) 4.12 in (104.6 mm)
8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 2M-7265 & 66 4.50 in. (114.3 mm) .38 in (9.7 mm) 4.12 in (104.6 mm)
D8 9.00 in (288.6 mm) 1S-4033 & 34 5.25 in (133.3 mm) .42 in (10.7 mm) 4.83 in (122.7 mm)
9.00 in (288.6 mm) 2M-8813 & 14 5.12 in (130.0 mm) .38 in. (9.7 mm) 4.74 in (120.7 mm)
9.00 in (288.6 mm) 2M-8813 & 14 5.12 in (130.0 mm) .37 in (9.7 mm) 4.75 in (116.6 mm)
9.00 in. (288.6 mm) 9M-3843 & 44 5.12 in (130.0 mm) .37 in (9.7 mm) 4.75 IN (120.7 mm)
8.00 in (203.2 mm) 1S-8839 & 40 4.97 in (126.2 mm .38 in (9.7 mm) 4.59 in (116.6 mm)
8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 7H-3799 & 800 4.88 in (124.0) .33 in (8.4 mm) 4.55 in (115.6 mm)
D9 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) 9S-1927 & 28 6.12 in (155.5 mm) .50 in (13.0 mm) 5.62 in (142.5 mm)
10.25 in (260.4 mm) 7S-3925 & 26 5.68 in (144.5 mm) .38 in (10.0 mm) 5.30 in. (134.5 mm)
10.25 in. (260.4 mm) 1S-6323 & 24 5.68 in (144.5 mm) .38 in (10.0 mm) 5.30 in (134.5 mm)
10.25 (260.4 mm) 8M-6901 & 02 5.56 in. (141.2 mm) .37 in. (9.4 mm) 5.19 in (131.8 mm)
10.25 (260.4 mm) 2M-5649 & 50 5.56 in (141.2 mm) .37 in (9.4 mm) 5.19 (131.8 mm)
9.00 in. (228.6 mm) 2M-1623 & 24 5.25 in. (133.4 mm) .35 in (8.9 mm) 4.90 in. (124.5 mm)
9.00 in. (228.6 mm) 2F-5879 & 80 5.000 in. (127.0 mm) .38 in (9.7 mm) 4.62 in. (117.3 mm)

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Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings

Sealed & Lubricated Track Bushing Wear


Measurement Technique
The track bushing is the most important component in the undercarriage to measure and interpret
accurately.
To do this, three measurement methods are available.
You should refer to individual model family sections for specific recommendation on which method
to use because the third tool described here, the depth gauge, records vertical position wear only.

1. Ultrasonic Wear Indicator Method


This method is the most accurate because it directly measures the most crit-
ical dimension, bushing wall thickness. It also can be used to accurately
measure bushings after a bushing turn.
Measure the bushing wall thickness by slowly sliding the probe around the
reverse, vertical, and forward drive sides. Use the smallest dimension to de-
termine percent worn.

2. Caliper Method
This method measures the bushing diameter. With careful cleaning and prop-
er technique it can be accurate, but is susceptible to error if not properly
measured. The most common errors using the caliper method are:

(A) Calipers Squeezed Too Tight Calipers that are over-tightened can be
spread like a spring, providing a measurement that is too small.

(B) Calipers at Wrong Angle to Bushing Axis Calipers that are set at an
angle to the bushing will give an oversize measurement.

(C) Calipers Not Slid Back and Forth Across Position to be Measured Cali-
pers that are not passed back and forth over the diameter of the bushing po-
sition being measured will give an undersize reading.

(D) Bushing not Cleaned Well Before Measurement If the bushing surface
is not clean the measurement taken will be oversized.

(E) Calipers Not Placed at Most Worn Portion of Bushing If the caliper is lo-
cated inboard or outboard of the minimum diameter along its length the
measurement will be undersized.

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Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings

Sealed & Lubricated Track Bushing Wear (Cont'd.)


PRACTICE!
The best way to practice measuring bushing wear is with bushings removed from the track. You
should be able to repeat the measurements made by yourself and others with an accuracy of 0.01
in. (0.25 mm).

3. Depth Gauge Method


The method for measuring the vertical position of bushings
uses the same depth gauge used for links. This method is
more free of the measurement technique errors encountered
with the caliper, but may be subject to slight track link di-
mensional differences and track shoe bending. It is also sub-
ject to the same technique errors as link height
measurements. These include: (a) parts not cleaned, (b)
depth gauge base not positioned correctly with respect to
bushing length and (c) depth gauge probe not forming a per-
pendicular or 90 angle with the shoe.
Disadvantages of the depth gauge method
(A) Cannot determine reverse or forward drive side wear,
which is critical in most applications.
Advantages of the Depth Gauge Method
(A) Backside of bushing can be measured after bushing turn
(the importance of this will be explained in the next
discussion).

Sealed and Lubricated Track Bushing Wear


Measurement Positions
Refer to individual product sections for specific guidelines.
Wear Limits Greater and Lesser
Wear limits for Sealed and Lubricated Track bushings are determined by remaining crack resist-
ance strength. Two percent worn columns titled Greater Allowable Wear and Lesser Allowable
Wear are provided in bushing wear charts. At 100 percent worn, the lesser allowable wear column
provides more bushing wall thickness than the greater allowable wear column. Note, for example,
in the wear charts under the ultrasonic measurements, the bushing wall is always thicker, and thus
more crack resistant, on the lesser allowable wear column than on the greater allowable wear
column.
The selection of the optimum allowable wear column will maximize the bushing life while preventing
bushing cracking. The optimum percent worn column depends on the relative bushing crack resist-
ance required in your situation. The amount of required crack resistance depends on several fac-
tors including sprocket position (high or low) underfoot conditions, bushing projected life and
application. Refer to the management section in front of each product section for the criteria to use
in selecting which allowable wear chart to use.
Wear Charts
The bushing wear rate after the hardened case has been completely worn through is approximately
2 times the rate expected in the hardened case depth. As with most other components, projections
made to the service points based on less than 30 percent worn will not be accurate.

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Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings

Sealed & Lubricated Track Bushing Wear (Cont'd.)


Sealed and Lubricated Track vs. Sealed Track
The expected life of the Sealed and Lubricated Track bushings is approximately 50 percent more
than the Sealed Track bushings.
This increase depends on the following:
1. The amount of internal wear that contributed to the external wear on the Sealed Track bushing.
2. Properly adjusted track.
3. Absence of severe packing.
4. Similar working conditions.
Sealed and Lubricated Track Bushing Turnability
The Sealed and Lubricated Track bushing should be turned based on the guidelines in following
sections entirely devoted to specific model families.
The bushing may be expected to provide life after turn wear equal to or exceeding the wear life of
the first or front side prior to the turn.
Sealed and Lubricated Track bushings may be successfully turned dry, (with or without internal
wear at turn time) as long as there are no cracks through the bushing wall and internal wear does
not exceed Sealed Track service limits.
Life after dry turn cannot be expressed as a percent of wet life before turn. It will most closely ap-
proximate life after turn of Sealed Track.

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Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings

How to Interpret Sealed & Lubricated Track Bushing Wear Patterns


These patterns are found on wet joints. For dimensions on wear patterns of dry joints see Sealed
Track bushings.

Vertical Position (0 to 30 from vertical is normal expected wear pattern on low sprocket
machines).
Causes: Sliding contact with root of sprocket tooth during forward to reverse direction changes
and due to pitch mismatch from minor packing and advanced sprocket wear.
Accelerators: Horsepower, weight, speed, impact, abrasiveness, tight track, packing, and wide
shoes.
Effect: Cracking will occur when 100% wear is exceeded using the lesser allowable wear column.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators.

Reverse Drive Side (30 to 60 from vertical is the normal wear pattern on elevated sprocket
machines)
Causes: Sliding contact with the sprocket.
Accelerators: Excessive reverse operation, tight track, packing and reverse operation up-hill.
Effect: Short wear life of bushings.
Remedies: Eliminate tight track and minimize reverse operation.
Forward Drive Side (30 to 60 from vertical)
Causes: Contact with the sprocket under load.
Accelerators: Packing and worn bushings & sprockets.

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Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings

How to Interpret Sealed & Lubricated Track Bushing Wear Patterns


(Cont'd.)

Reverse and/or Forward Drive Side Pocket Wear (60 to 90 from vertical)
Causes: (1) Sliding contact with the sprocket due to: (1) Severe packing. (2) On low sprocket ma-
chines track is too loose, causing back jamming at the bottom of the sprocket in reverse
operation.
Accelerators: Packing, uphill reverse loading of machine with loose track.
Effect: (1) Short wear life of bushings. (2) Track may jump over sprocket teeth if sprocket tooth tip
height is worn excessively.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators.

Off Center Wear

Causes: Misalignment of track and sprocket.


Accelerators: (1) Alignment problems with track roller frame, track roller, carrier roller and/or
sprocket. (2) Worn rear guiding and/or final drive guiding guards. (3) Side-hill operation.
Effect: Should not increase wear rate of bushing to wear limits.
Remedies: (1) Correct alignment. (2) Replace guiding and/or final drive guiding guards.

Roller Flange Wear

Causes: Track Rollers inner flanges and/or carrier roller flanges contacting bushing due to one or
more of (a) links (b) carrier rollers or (c) track rollers being well past 100 percent worn.
Effect: Causes bushing to be prematurely fail.
Remedies: Replace carrier rollers or track rollers.

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Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings

Sealed and Lubricated Track Bushings Structural Problems


Bushing Cracks (Through the wall)

Causes: Exceeding 100% wear.


Accelerators: Wide shoes, high loads.
Effect: (1) Loss of lubricant and resulting internal wear. (2) Bushing is not reusable.
Remedies: Re-evaluate decision to run past wear limit.

Bushing (and/or Pin) Loose in Link

Causes: Bore material broached out during bushing turn; material stretched during movement of
flexing pins and bushings.
Accelerators: (1) Severe repeated impact loads (biggest accelerator is wide shoes). (2) Improper
track press alignment or damaged track press tooling.
Effect: (1) Loss of press-fit into link bores. (2) Loss of lubricant. (3) Pin, Bushing and Links not
reusable.
Remedies: (1) Reduce or eliminate controllable variables which accelerate impact. (2) Control
track press alignment capability and use acceptable tooling.

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Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings

Dry Sealed and Lubricated Track Joints


Premature dry joints in Caterpillar Sealed and Lubricated Track maybe detected by any of the fol-
lowing methods:
1. Identifying warm joints using an infrared temperature gun or hand feeling the pin ends after the
machine has been operating.
2. Measuring or seeing pitch extended (internal wear) over single sections of track.
3. Finding bushings significantly more worn than others in the same track.
Refer to the individual product sections for the single joint wear limits.

Wear and Structural Problems on Sealed and Lubricated Track Pins


Once dry, the wear pattern and rate on Sealed and Lubricated Track pins and bushings should be
approximately equal to the wear on Sealed Track. For a discussion of those wear patterns, see the
section entitled SEALED TRACK PINS & BUSHINGS.
There are four types of Sealed and Lubricated Track pin wear/structural problems.

Pin Galling

Causes: Metal-to-metal contact (without lubrication) between the pin and bushing.
Accelerators: Impact underfoot conditions, tight track , severe packing, wide shoes and lack of
lubrication.
Effect: Score marks on pin surface. Pin may be reusable at bushing turn time. This is only a cosmet-
ic problem and does not result in track pitch extension like internal wear.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce accelerators (especially tight track and wide shoes).

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Sealed & Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings

Wear and Structural Problems on Sealed and Lubricated Track Pins


(Cont'd.)
Pin Spalling

Causes: Flexing pin causes cracks to begin in the oil reservoir hole and spread out to the surface at
a slow fatigue rate.
Accelerators: Same as Pin Galling.
Effect: Chip or flake of material may become loose from pin surface. Pin should not be reused at
bushing turn time.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce accelerators (especially tight track and wide shoes).

Pin Breakage

Causes: Crack starts on outer surface and spreads through entire pin at a fast rate. This is not
nearly as common as with Sealed Track Pins.
Accelerators: High impact underfoot conditions, tight track, severe packing, wide shoes.
Effect: Track separation with little or no warning.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators, particularly wide shoes and entry of non-
extrudable packing materials (rocks, etc.) into the sprocket bushing contact area.

Pin End Wear

Causes: Sliding contact with track guiding guards, track roller guards and/or rocks.
Accelerators: Uneven terrain, side-hill operation, wide shoes, and misalignment.
Effect: Turning pins & bushings may be more expensive.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators.

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Sealed Track Pin & Bushings

Sealed Track Bushing Wear


In early hours, the wear patterns on Sealed Track bushings should be very similar to those shown
for Sealed and Lubricated Track. However, as internal wear takes place, the external wear pattern
will change positions and accelerate, thus reducing bushing life due to greater interference loads
and sliding motion against the sprocket.

Measurement Technique
The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator or small caliper must be used to measure wear at the vertical, for-
ward and reverse drive locations to identify the minimum wall thickness. This is because the Sealed
Track bushings must have sufficient strength to resist cracking after the turn.
For a discussion on errors that can be made using the caliper to measure bushings, see the section
entitled Sealed and Lubricated Track Bushing Wear Measurement Technique Caliper Method.

Wear Limits
As mentioned above, wear limits for Sealed Track bushings are determined on the basis of remain-
ing strength before and after the turn. The allowable wear for Sealed Track external bushings is
considerably less than for the Sealed and Lubricated Track bushings. The lesser allowable wear to
the service point is 0.12 in. (3.1 mm). The greater allowable wear to the service point is 0.19 in. (4.8
mm). Wear limits should always be chosen on the basis of degree of expected impact, not on the
basis of abrasiveness or desired life.
Wear charts for Sealed Track bushings have the built-in effect of (a)approximately twice as fast ex-
pected wear rate after the bushing case depth is worn through and (b) a faster yet expected wear
rate (approximately three times) after a significant amount of internal wear would have further ac-
celerated wear due to greater interference loads and relative motion between the bushing and the
sprocket.

How to Interpret Wear on Sealed Track Bushings


Since the successful turnability and total life of Sealed Track pins and bushings is a function of both
internal and external wear, interpretation of external bushing wear alone will not accurately deter-
mine if and when to turn. However, the type and degree of external bushing wear is a good indica-
tor of abnormal problems. Knowledge of these patterns and the causes of each will be useful.

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Sealed Track Pin & Bushings

External Wear
The early hour wear patterns for Sealed Track bushings are similar to those for Sealed and Lubri-
cated Track due to little or no internal wear. Shown here are typical wear patterns for late hour nor-
mal conditions where internal wear has begun to have a measurable pitch extension effect on the
external pattern.

Reverse Drive Side Wear is Critical (30 to 60 from vertical)


Causes: Rotation and sliding contact with the sprocket.
Accelerators: Excessive reverse operation, tight track, speed and abrasiveness.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators.

Forward Drive Side Wear is Critical (30 to 60 from vertical)


Causes: Rotation and sliding contact with the sprocket.
Accelerators: Same as Reverse Drive Side described above plus uneven terrain and worn rear
rollers.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators such as tight track and worn rear rollers.

Off-Center Wear Pattern and Roller Flange Wear Pattern


See How to Interpret Sealed and Lubricated Track Bushing Wear Patterns.

Other Wear Patterns Disassembled Track

Bushing End Wear


Causes: Contact between seal or abrasive and link counterbore.
Accelerators: Abrasiveness, side hill loads, turning, side thrust impact and wide shoes.
Effects: Reduces sealability of joint at turn time. Reduces internal wear life after turn.
Remedies: Keep guiding components in good condition.

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Sealed Track Pin & Bushings

External Wear (Cont'd.)

Bushing Link Counterbore Wear


Causes: Rotational sliding contact with link counterbore due to track pitch extension from internal
wear.
Accelerators: Abrasiveness, side hill loads, turning, side thrust impact and wide shoes.
Effects: Reduces sealability of joint. Reduces internal wear life after turn.

Structural Problems on Sealed Track Bushings


The limitation of a Sealed Track joint is usually due to structural failure in the bushing caused by
cracking or loosening after exceeding 100% worn internally or externally.

Bushing Breaks Through the Entire Wall


Causes: Exceeding internal and/or external wear limit (100% worn).
Accelerators: Loads between sprocket and bushing caused by weight, speed, impact, wide shoes,
worn rear rollers and tight track.
Effects: Bushing not reusable during turn. Unscheduled down time.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators.

Bushing Loose in Links


See Sealed and Lubricated Track Bushing Structural Problems.

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Sealed Track Pin & Bushings

Sealed Track Pitch Internal Wear

Measurement Technique
Sealed Track internal wear is measured by determining the pitch extended length over four adja-
cent sections with a tape measure calibrated in 0.02 in. (0.5 mm) increments.
Except on 5230, measure only 3 adjacent sections.
The track and tape must be stretched tight and straight to obtain an accurate measurement. The
reading should be made from one side of a pin to the same side of the fourth pin away (to include 4
track sections).
The hook on the 0 in. (0 mm) end of the tape should not be used (see diagram above). This measure-
ment should be taken at least 3 sections away from one-piece type master link joints and should be
repeated at least twice over different sections of the track on both sides of the machine. This meas-
urement can be used directly to find percent worn in the charts.

Wear Limit and Percent Worn Chart


The wear limits and wear charts for internal wear include only the 0.12 in. (3.1 mm) per joint lesser
allowable wear.

Wear and Structural Problems on Sealed or Dry Track Pins

Internal Wear (Pin O.D. Wear and Bushing I.D. Wear)


Causes: Rotational contact with abrasive and/or bushing.
Accelerators: Tight track, wide shoes, worn rear rollers, high speed, abrasiveness, loss of sealing,
impact, and packing.
Effect: Track pitch increase with resulting mismatch (see sprocket wear patterns).
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators, turn Sealed Track pins and bushings at
service limit. Use Sealed and Lubricated Track.

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Sealed Track Pin & Bushings

Wear and Structural Problems on Sealed or Dry Track Pins (Cont'd.)

Pin Loosening
Causes: Loss of press fit retention in link pin bore.
Accelerators: (1) Severe repeated impact yields or cracks link bore. (2) Uneven terrain and too-wide
shoes increase flexing of pin in bores. (3) Link bore broached by improper track press alignment at
reassembly time. (4) Loose track shoes.
Effect: Loss of pin and separation of track; loss of parts reusability and rebuildability.
Remedies: (1) Eliminate or reduce controllable variables which increase impact loads and flexing of
joint such as too-wide shoes. (2)Control track press alignment capability and re-chamfer worn pin
ends to reduce bore broaching.
Also reference Wear and Structural Problems on Sealed and Lubricated Track Pins.

Sealed Track Pins & Bushing Turn and Replacement Guidelines


The following guidelines should be used in determining if and when Sealed Track pins and bushings
should be turned and/or replaced. The general guidelines discussed in the section entitled Track
Management should be understood and practiced before applying these specifics.
1. If a pin and bushing turn is required, it should be done on or before either the internal wear or
external bushing service points (100 percent worn) are reached.
2. If a pin and bushing replacement is required following the turn of a previous set of pins and
bushings, it should be done on or before either the internal wear exceeds the service point
(100 percent worn) or the external bushing surface is run to destruction (120 percent worn).
3. When in doubt, turn early for best after turn or replacement wear and structural life
performance.

Grease Lubricated Track Pins & Bushings


Excavators are equipped from the factory with Grease Lubricated Track (GLT). These Tracks are
similar to Sealed Track, with the added benefit of joint (pin & bushing) lubrication with grease and
track seals. Unlike Sealed and Lubricated Track, the GLT will not provide lubrication for the life of
the track.
For as long as the GLT track joint retains the grease, there will be no internal wear of the bushing
and pin. Once the grease lubrication is depleted, internal wear will begin in the same manner as
Sealed Track. The length of time that the joints remain lubricated will vary with the excavator model,
but generally the lubricated life will range from 1200 to 2500 hours.
Measurement Technique
All measurements for GLT follow the same procedures as described previously for Sealed Track. In
many cases external bushing wear will be the limiting wear factor compared to internal bushing
wear for Sealed Track.

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Shoes

Grouser Wear
Measurement Technique
Grouser wear is the only measurable wear position on the shoe for which limits and percent worn
charts are provided. Plate thickness can be measured and compared with new dimension to deter-
mine wear. Track shoes may be measured with the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator or the depth gauge.

The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator measures the distance from the tip of the grouser to the bottom of
the plate. This measurement should be taken 1/3 of the way in from the outer edge of the shoe and
the probe can be placed either on the top or bottom. On double grouser and triple grouser shoes,
do not measure the rear grouser bar due to interference with the shoe trailing edge. On regrou-
sered shoes, if the weld does not completely penetrate, the instrument may read only the thickness
of the grouser bar. In this case, a depth gauge will be required to determine percent worn.
Grouser height wear is measured with the depth gauge, setting the base across two adjacent
grousers and measuring down to the plate. The position of the depth gauge should be 1/3 of the
way in from the outer edge of the shoe. When measuring single grousers, two shoes must be
spanned and the track should be straight between these two sections. Measurements should be
made to the closest 0.02 in. or 0.5 mm.

Wear Limits
Wear limits for all shoes are based on three criteria, in the following order:
1. Remaining beam or bending resistance strength width shoe.
2. Remaining grouser base available for regrousering purposes.
3. Remaining traction-penetration ability of the shoe to prevent production losses.
The service point is represented by 100 percent worn.
Wear Charts
Shoe percent worn rates reflect an approximate uniform rate of wear to the service and destruction
limits. Only a minor allowance has been built into the charts for faster rate of wear after the grouser
case depth is worn away, since the rate does not change appreciably.

Track Shoe Cause and Effect Performance


Shoe wear and structural life is more affected by underfoot conditions and application than any
other component in the undercarriage system. However, proper selection of shoe type and width
has a substantial impact on the performance of other undercarriage components.

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Shoes

How to Interpret Shoe Wear Patterns


Grouser Wear
Causes: Sliding contact with underfoot material.
Accelerators: Weight, speed, impact, abrasiveness, and operating practi-
ces that cause non-productive slippage, turning or sliding.
Effects: Loss of traction, bending strength and regrouserability.
Remedies: (1) Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators. (2) Use ex-
treme service or super extreme service shoes if moderate service shoe life
is too short to match link or bushing life.

Plate Wear and Leading/Trailing Edge Wear


Causes: Same as grouser wear.
Leading Edge Accelerators: Same as Grouser Wear.
Effects: Worn leading and trailing edges allow debris to enter the under-
Trailing Edge carriage system, reducing wear life of all other components (especially
Plate
bushings, links and rollers). Plate wear causes loss of bending or beam
strength and may prevent successful regrousering.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators.

Grouser Corner Wear


Causes: Same as Grouser Wear.
Accelerators: Same as Grouser Wear except terrain is probably rougher.
Wide shoes in high impact condition on rough terrain will accelerate this
effect particularly where much turning is evident.
Effects: Reduces effective shoe wear life and regrouserability.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators and use the nar-
rowest shoe that will give adequate flotation.

Shoe Structural Problems


Shoe Bending, Cracking and Breaking
Causes: Bending load on shoe exceeds shoe beam strength due to loss of
Bent Grouser
Cracked Grouser
Bent Plate grouser and plate wear material and/or shoe too wide for underfoot
conditions.
Accelerators: Same as Shoe Grouser Wear, particularly shoe width.
Broken Rear Corner
Effect: Loss of unused shoe wear life. Loss of regrouserability.
Remedies: Use heavier extreme service or super extreme service shoes
and/or narrower shoes.

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Shoes

Shoe Structural Problems (Cont'd.)


Bolt Hole Wallowing Out (With loose hardware)
Causes: Loss of clamping between shoe and link or loose bolts.
Accelerators: (1) Same as Shoe Bending Cracking and Breaking particu-
larly wide shoes, plus having too much turning resistance resulting from
high grouser. (2) Incorrectly tightened hardware.
Effects: Loss of unused shoe wear life; loss of shoe regrouserability; dam-
age to link bolt holes and resulting loss of wear life.
Remedies (1) Use narrowest shoe that will give adequate flotation. Clip
ends of grouser to reduce turning resistance of wide shoes. (2) Use multi-
grouser shoes to reduce turning resistance. (3) Use extreme service shoe if
single grouser shoe is bent.
Tighten (and retighten) hardware if necessary according to proper torque
procedure and specifications.

Proper Shoe Selection


Shoe selection should be based on the underfoot conditions, machine application and undercar-
riage wear life. The best general rule is to choose the narrowest shoe that provides adequate
flotation.
Some choices require compromise. Make the user aware of the advantages (productivity) and dis-
advantages (reduced undercarriage component life). A good example is very wide shoes that can
vastly increase productivity by working in places no other machine could, but with an expected
undercarriage wear and structural life of as little as 1/10 of the same sized machine working on firm
soil with standard width shoes. Use the following chart to weigh the factors.

Proper Shoe Selection Chart

W.L. = Wear Life S.L. = Structural Life

How to use this chart:


1. First identify the machine productivity factors that are most important to the user.
2. Note the other productivity effects of the shoe that were identified.
3. Look straight across to find what wear and structural life effects may be expected.

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Shoes

Modify Shoes for Special Conditions


Caterpillar offers a wide range of shoe types and sizes to meet most needs, however, dealers or
users may wish to modify them to balance machine productivity and undercarriage life. Following is
a brief description of some modifications.

Shortening or Offsetting
Shoes may be cut off at one or both ends to reduce width on inner
and/or outer sides as required.

Extreme Clipping
Shoes may have the grouser corners cut off to reduce turning resist-
ance and bending force without loss of flotation and with little loss of
overall wear life.

Center Holes
Shoes may have a hole cut between the bolts to provide a place to re-
lieve extrudable type packing material. (See discussion on Extrudable
and Non-extrudable Material under Soil and Underfoot Conditions
Packing). Should not be done in rocky conditions due to possible entry
of rocks into track system.

Correctly Fasten Shoes


The principle controllable cause of shoe loosening is inadequately tightened shoe hardware. Refer
to the special assembling and torquing procedure for master shoes on, page 29. Use the following
procedure to tighten and re-tighten regular track bolts. When experience dictates, track hardware
should be re-tightened after 50-100 hours of operation.
1. Remove all rust and paint from mating surfaces of links and shoes.
2. Lubricate the bolt threads and bolt washer faces.
3. Tighten the bolts to the specified torque.
4. Give each bolt an additional 1/3 turn.
Initial torque draws the parts together tightly. An additional 1/3 turn gives the bolt proper stretch for
good retention. Stretching stresses the bolt until some permanent deformation occurs in the bolt.
The deformation insures that the bolts maximum clamping force is used.

NOTE

See Individual Model Family Sections for Shoe Bolt Torque Specifications.

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Shoes

Self-Locking Track Nuts


Self-Locking Track Nuts are installed with the rounded corners against the link and the chamfered
edges away from the link.

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Idlers

Idler Wear Conventional Idlers


Measurement Technique
Tread and center flange wear are the measurable wear positions on idlers.

Tread wear is determined by measuring with the depth gauge from the idler center flange to the
tread surface. Take a reading on both sides of the center tread and average the measurements.
The greatest error in measuring idler tread wear arises from wear on the center flange which alters
the reference point. If this wear is suspected, some attempt to compensate for it should be made in
the reading taken. Remember idler tread wear measurements increase as tread wear occurs and
decreases as center flange wear occurs.

Center flange wear is measurable with the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator on fabricated and sound re-
duction idlers only. It measures the thickness of the center flange and should be taken directly in
the center of the flange. Use the conventional depth gauge to measure wear on the tread surface,
then add the center flange wear to the depth gauge measurement before determining percent
worn.

Wear Limits
Idler tread wear limits are based on two basic criteria: Rebuildability of the tread surface plus cen-
ter flange to track bushing clearance. If the idler is worn beyond 110 percent the tread will become
too thin to successfully rebuild.
Wear Charts
Wear charts for idlers are direct reading from the measurement taken. They have a built-in factor
allowing for faster wear rate after the hardened case depth is worn away. The wear rate is about
three times as fast in the unhardened material below the case depth.
Rebuildability
Idler tread and flange can be successfully rebuilt (welded) several times if they are not worn be-
yond service limits and if center flange wear is considered into this service point.
Welded idlers generally provide wear life equal to original tread wear life to respective limits if
welded to original dimensions.

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Idlers

Swapping Idlers
Idlers can be swapped from side to side or front to rear (on elevated sprocket machines) to balance
wear. Consider swapping whenever the ratio of most worn to least worn is greater than 1.5 to 1 and
the average percent worn is 45 to 55 percent.
Elevated sprocket machines where idlers cannot be swapped front to rear due to the idlers being a
different diameter are listed below.
Machine Model:
D4H (std), D4H XL
D5N/M XL
D6H LGP (with large front idler)
D8N/R/T

Idler Wear Patterns


Idler wear patterns can be used to help interpret abnormal wear causes on mating parts, track
links, plus interpret other controllable and non-controllable accelerators, which may be affecting
non-mating parts such as rollers which are harder to see and inspect.
The idler tread wear rate is very sensitive to tight track.

Tread Wear
Normal wear pattern
Causes: Sliding contact with the track link rail surface.
Accelerators: Tight track, impact, abrasiveness, turning, speed, and improper ma-
chine balance.
Effects: Idlers may wear out before other critical components.
Remedies Eliminate tight track and balance the machine as needed.
Flange Side Wear
Causes: Sliding contact with inside of track link rail.
Accelerators: Operation on sidehills, wide shoes, turning, worn guards and mis-
alignment with carrier roller or track roller. Reference topic Alignment under
Controllable Variables.
Effects: Reduces idler tread rebuildability due to difficulty welding. Reduces wear
life of the link.
Remedies Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerator.
Flange Top Wear
Causes: (1) Sliding contact with abrasive material or rocks packed into the idler
area. (2) Contact with track links that have jumped out of tread area.
Accelerators: (1) Rocky underfoot conditions. (2) Loose track.
Effects: Reduces wear measurement distance and resulting accuracy. Reduces
rebuildability in extreme cases.
Remedies Rebuild if critical. Install idler top guards or clean packed material from
behind the idler. Correct the cause of links jumping out of tread.

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Idlers

Idler Position
Some machines have two-position idlers that can be adjusted to provide either high or low idler
position. With idlers in the high position, there is less track-to-ground contact area, but the ma-
chine is more maneuverable. With idlers in the low position there is more track-to-ground contact
area and greater stability, but the machine is less maneuverable, vibration is greater, and wear life
is reduced. Idlers should be adjusted to the high position except where the low position is nec-
essary for machine stability. (1)

Idler Wear Center Tread Idlers and Relieved Center Tread Idlers
Measurement Technique
Center Tread Idler tread wear is measured with the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator, Depth Gauge, or with
the small caliper.
Relieved Center Tread Idler wear is measured with the Depth Gauge or with the small caliper. These
cannot be measured with the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator.
Both Relieved Tread and Center Tread Idlers must be measured on the side of the idler with the part
number.
To provide a measurement location, the side of the idler with the part number is either machined
around the entire inside diameter or notched. Only the early version idlers were notched.
Relieved Tread and Center Tread Idlers must be measured on the machined or notched surface as
indicated below. This is very close to the outside edge of the tread surface. Care must be exercised
to not measure onto the radius.
Center Tread Relieved Tread

For complete details on Relieved Tread idler wear and re-use guidelines, reference Special Instruc-
tion REHS7608.
Wear Limits
Center Tread Idler allowable wear and resulting wear limits are based on the rebuildability of the
idler.
If the idler is worn past 100 percent, the tread will become too thin to successfully rebuild. Note that
Relieved Tread idlers are not rebuildable.
Wear Charts
Relieved Tread and Center Tread Idlers wear at a slower rate than conventional idlers, and the wear
rate will not increase as rapidly after the hardened case depth is worn away.

1 Ref., page 14

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Idlers

Idler Wear Center Tread Idlers and Relieved Center Tread Idlers
(Cont'd.)
Rebuildability
Rebuildability of Center Tread Idlers is comparable to conventional idlers. The Relieved Center
Tread Idlers are not rebuildable.
Installation
Note that only the part number side of the idler is machined or notched and that the part number
side should be installed to face the outside of the machine.

NOTE

For information regarding the D6K Sprocketed Center Tread Idlers, reference the Low
Sprocket Machines Introduction section on, page 288.

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Carrier Rollers

Carrier Roller Tread Wear


Measurement Technique
Carrier roller tread wear may be measured with the large caliper or with the Ultrasonic Wear
Indicator.

Position the caliper so the tips are touching the tread in its most worn position. Measurements
should be made to the closest 0.01 inches (0.25 mm).
The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator measurement technique depends on the type of carrier roller being
measured. On carrier rollers with press-on rims, as shown below, the thickness of the rim is meas-
ured, so find the location with the smallest reading.

On carrier rollers with one-piece rims, the ultrasonic measurement is from the tread surface to the
inside diameter of the roller. It is important to place the probe on the outer half of the tread surface
on the side of the roller opposite the shaft as shown in the following illustration. Take caution be-
cause, due to the use of tapered roller bearings, more than one thickness can be found along each
tread surface.

The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator may not accurately measure cast iron, so the carrier rollers on some
machines may need to be measured with the caliper.
On SystemOne carrier rollers, the ultrasonic measurement is from the tread surface to the inside
diameter of the roller. It is important to place the probe on the inner half of the tread surface on the
side of the roller opposite the shaft as shown in the following illustration. Take caution because,
due to the use of tapered roller bearings, more than one thickness can be found along each tread
surface.

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Carrier Rollers

Carrier Roller Tread Wear (Cont'd.)

Wear Limits
Carrier roller wear limits are based on preventing flange interference with the track bushing.
Wear Charts
Wear charts for carrier rollers are a direct reading from the measurement. They have a built-in fac-
tor for higher wear rate after the hardened case is worn through. For some model sizes the hard-
ened case covers the entire allowable wear so the expected wear rate is uniform.
Swapping Carrier Rollers
Carrier rollers can be swapped from front to rear and left to right to help balance their wear life in
cases where conditions have caused unequal wear rates. Criteria are: greater than 1.5:1 ratio and
the average percent worn is 50 to 60 percent.

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Carrier Rollers

Carrier Roller Wear Patterns


There are three principle wear patterns found on carrier rollers. In each case the effect on the links
may be more critical, considering total undercarriage life, than on the carrier rollers themselves.

Tread Wear (Uniform)


Causes: (1) Rolling and sliding contact with link rail and abrasives. (2)
Sliding contact with packing material on roller frame.
Accelerators: Weight of track, which is affected by shoe width and
packing material, and loose track.
Effect: Shortened wear life of carrier rollers and links.
Remedies: Maintain proper track tension and use narrow shoes.

Uneven Flange Side Wear and Off-center Tread Wear


Causes: Rolling and sliding contact with link rail and sides due to
misalignment.
Accelerators: Operation on side hills and misalignment of carrier roll-
ers with sprockets and/or idlers.
Effects: Loss of wear life of carrier rollers and links.
Remedies: Correct any alignment problems. Swap carrier rollers to
balance wear.

Flat Spots on Tread


Causes: Sliding contact with link rail when carrier roller is not turning
(seized).
Accelerators: Packing between track roller frame and carrier roller.
Effect: Reduced wear life of carrier rollers and links.
Remedies: Clean packing material away from carrier rollers.

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Track Rollers

Roller Tread Wear


Track roller wear is the most difficult of all to measure and interpret. In some cases not all measure-
ments will be possible due to guards.
Tread Measurement Technique
Track roller tread wear can be determined by three methods, measuring tread diameter with a large
caliper, flange height with a depth gauge, and rim thickness with an Ultrasonic Wear Indicator.

Caliper Measurement

1. Position the caliper so the tips of the caliper are touching the tread in its most worn position on
the diameter.
2. Pass the caliper back and forth to find the true minimum diameter.

Correct Incorrect
Pas s Caliper Back and Forth

Correct Incorrect
Measure Point of Most Wear

Common Caliper Measurement Errors


1. Failure to clean surfaces before measurement will understate the amount of wear.
2. Failing to pass the calipers back and forth across the tread surface to find the true minimum
diameter.
3. Failure to measure both outer and inner treads. This may tend to understate the effect of wear
if the inner tread is more worn.
4. Over tightening calipers will result in an overstatement of wear due to the spring-back effect
when calipers are removed from compression contact with the treads.
All these errors are similar to errors and results made when measuring track bushings.

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Track Rollers

Roller Tread Wear (Cont'd.)


Depth Gauge Measurement

1. Set the farthest probe on the measurement tool as a reference hook on the outside of one
flange. Then set the probes in the numbered holes for the model being measured.
2. On machines with elevated sprockets, the probes should be resting in the wear cusps on the
roller tread. For all other machines the probes should be adjusted to the most worn surface.
3. Push the bar down flush with the flanges, then measure the exposed length of all tread probes
and use the largest measurement (most worn position) to determine percent worn.

Ultrasonic Wear Indicator Measurement


The Ultrasonic Wear Indicator measures the distance from the wear surface of the roller to the in-
side diameter of the roller.
It is important not to measure to the retainer bolt holes. On elevated sprocket machines and hydro-
static loaders with retainer rollers, observe the location of the retainer bolts and place the probe
between them.
Most current track rollers are End Collar Rollers that do not have retainer bolts, so measuring can
be done anywhere on the surface of the roller.
On low sprocket track-type tractors, former track-type loaders, and excavators, the retainer bolts
are not visible. For these rollers, observe the thickness readout closely from roller to roller to catch
any abnormally small thicknesses which would indicate a reading to the bolt hole.
On track rollers with noticeable cusp wear, slide the probe across the cusp to get the smallest
reading. To speed the process, select the cusp that normally is most worn (the cusp closer to the
center of the roller),rather than sliding the probe over both cusps each time.
Rear and Front Rollers Most Important
If roller guards or other conditions prevent measurement of all rollers, then the most important roller
to be measured or estimate wear on is the rear roller. The next most important roller to be meas-
ured is the front roller. These two rollers should definitely be inspected by any means possible that
does not present a safety hazard. The rear and/or front rollers generally will be most worn and
therefore critical in maintenance decisions.

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Track Rollers

Roller Tread Wear (Cont'd.)


Wear Limits
Track roller wear limits are determined by setting the allowable wear equal to some fraction of the
clearance between the link and the roller. On some machines this clearance is between the link pin
boss and the roller flange. On other machines the clearance is between the bushing and the inner
flanges of a double flange roller.
On a 100 percent worn link matched together with a 100 percent worn roller, the roller flanges are
in contact with either the link pin bosses or the bushing.
Wear Charts
Track roller wear charts have a built-in factor to account for expected faster wear rate after the
hardened case depth is worn away.
Different wear charts are provided for different link-roller combinations where applicable and are
identified by the link part number and roller description.

Roller Wear Patterns


Tread Wear
(Normal wear pattern)
Causes: (1) Rolling contact with abrasives crushed between roller tread and
link rail. (2) Sideways sliding contact between link rail and roller tread.
Accelerators: Weight, machine speed, impact, abrasiveness, wide shoes. Ma-
chine application can cause unbalanced inner to outer tread and front to rear
roller wear rate. Unusual roller frame distortion problems can accelerate selec-
tive wear rates. Turning increases sideways sliding contact.
Effect: Reduced wear life.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators, particularly machine
balance, non-productive turning and wide shoes.
Swap rollers to balance final wear lives.

Flange Side Wear


(Inner and/or outer sides)
Causes: Rolling and sliding contact with rail sides.
Accelerators: Side-hill operation, uneven terrain, turning, track roller frame
misalignment, worn guiding guards and wide shoes.
Effect: Reduces the ability of track rollers to guide the track. Reduces the wear
life of track links.
Remedies: Reduce or eliminate controllable accelerators.

Flange Top Wear


Causes: Rolling and sliding contact with link pin bosses after loss of clearance.
Effect: Damages link pin bosses, which potentially results in the loss of pin re-
tention and the ability to turn track.
Remedies: Replace worst track rollers or entire undercarriage system.

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Track Rollers

Roller Welding, Swapping, or Replacement Guidelines


Roller Swapping
Due to the unbalanced wear rate among track rollers, its often desirable to swap rollers midway
through their average wear lives. The result will be to increase the life of the track roller system,
with most rollers reaching end of life at about the same time. To avoid downtime, roller swapping is
frequently scheduled when pins and bushings are being turned.
The cost of roller swapping must be compared with the additional life to be achieved. Swapping
should be considered when the percent worn of the most worn rollers exceeds the percent worn of
the least worn rollers by a ratio of 1.3. To calculate this ratio, divide the percent worn of the least
worn roller with the percent worn of the most worn roller.
Example of situation where roller swapping at bushing turn time should be considered:

LINKS: 40 percent worn


ROLLERS:
ORIGINAL POSITION % WORN TYPE MOVE TO POSITION NUMBER
Front (1) 50% D.F. 4
2 40% D.F. No change
3 30% S.F. Rear (7)
4 30% D.F. Front (1)
5 40% S.F. No change
6 40% D.F. No change
Rear (7) 50% S.F. 3
Average % Worn 40% (Same as Links)

The ratio of the two rollers that are being swapped is 1.66 (50/30).If the link projected life to 100% is
5,000 hours, then the roller projected life is 4,000 hours. Swapping the rollers will increase the life
by 1,000 hours, reducing the cost per hour substantially.
If not swapped, front and rear rollers will be 100% worn when links are only 80% worn and pin boss
to roller flange interference will occur when the links are 90% worn. If the rollers are swapped, both
links and rollers will reach 100% worn at the same time.

Swapping Rules
1. Swap rollers if the percent worn of the most worn exceeds the percent worn of the least worn
by more than 1.3:1 ratio.
2. Swap rollers when the average percent worn is between 50% and 60%.
3. First swap the most worn with the least worn of same flange type; swap the second most worn
with the second least worn of same flange type, etc.
4. Take advantage of swaps from left to right side of the machine.

NOTE

See other references to roller swapping guidelines specific to overall undercarriage man-
agement alternatives in the Management/Merchandising and Elevated Sprocket Tractor
Section.

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Sprockets

Sprocket Wear
It is recommended to replace sprocket segments at bushing turn time or link assembly
replacement.

On elevated sprocket machines, sprocket wear is determined by measuring the distance across the
tips of three sprocket teeth. Measure the distance between the drive side of one tooth tip and the
opposite drive side of a sprocket tooth tip located three teeth away as shown in the illustration
above. It is important to note that the distance measured should be between teeth on the same seg-
ment. Avoid measuring between teeth on different segments. Measurements for sprockets with less
than 30% wear are unreliable and should be avoided.

Sprocket Wear Patterns


These are the most common profile wear patterns found with Sealed and Sealed and Lubricated
Track as identified in each case.

Root Wear
(0 to 30 from vertical) is the normal wear pattern of Sealed and Lubricated Track on low sprocket
machines.
Causes: Sliding contact with the bushing during forward to reverse direction changes and due to
pitch mismatch from minor packing and advanced bushing wear.
Accelerators: Horsepower, weight, speed, impact, abrasiveness, tight track, packing and wide
shoes.
Effect: None on sprocket itself.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators.

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Sprockets

Sprocket Wear Patterns (Cont'd.)

Reverse Side Wear


(30 to 60 from vertical) is the normal wear pattern on elevated sprocket machines.
Causes: Sliding contact with the bushing.
Accelerators: Excessive reverse operation, tight track, packing and reverse operation up-hill.
Effect: Short wear life of sprockets.
Remedies: Eliminate tight track and minimize reverse operation.

Forward Drive Side (30 to 60 from vertical)


Causes: Contact with the bushing under load.
Accelerators: Tight track, Packing and worn bushings & sprockets.
Effect: Short wear life of sprockets.
Remedies: Eliminate tight track.

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Sprockets

Sprocket Wear Patterns (Cont'd.)

Reverse Drive Side Tip Wear


Causes: Sliding contact with the bushing due to:(1) Severe packing. (2) On low sprocket machines
track is too loose, causing back jamming at the bottom of the sprocket in reverse operation. Ac-
companied by bushing reverse drive side pocket wear.
Note:
To determine the cause of reverse drive side tip wear note the direction of the scratches on the
tooth tip. If they point toward the tip then the cause is probably too loose track; if they point toward
the root, the cause is probably severe packing.
Accelerators: Packing, uphill reverse loading of machine with loose track.
Effect: (1) Short wear life of bushings. (2) Track may jump over sprocket teeth if sprocket tooth tip
height is worn excessively.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators. Do not change or replace segments
based on tip wear alone.

Forward Drive Side Tip Wear


Causes: Sliding contact with the bushing due to packing material that causes sprocket pitch to be
different from track pitch. Accompanied by bushing forward drive side pocket wear.
Accelerators: Packing.
Effect: Short wear life of bushings and track may jump over sprocket teeth if sprocket tooth tip
height is worn excessively.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators. Do not change or replace segments
based on tip wear.

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Sprockets

Sprocket Wear Patterns (Cont'd.)

Sprocket Side Wear and Corner Wear or Gouging


(Inner and/or Outer)
Causes: (1) If inner or outer side wear is on all sprocket teeth, principal cause is loss of guiding
guard capability. (2) If limited to inner or outer, or not on all sprocket teeth, then principal cause is
misalignment of sprocket with track roller frame.
Accelerators: Uneven terrain, side-hill operation, turning, wide shoes, misalignment, worn guiding
guards.
Effect: Link, bushing and sprocket structural problems.
Remedies: Eliminate or reduce controllable accelerators.

Mud & Snow Segments and Rims

Mud & snow sprockets, rims and segments have the same tooth profile as standard segments.
Through a slot cut into the tooth root, they provide an avenue to relieve extrudable packing
material.
They should be recommended only where packing material is extrudable (see discussion on Pack-
ing in section entitled Underfoot Conditions) and is always present.
In the absence of constant, extrudable packing material, the smaller contact area in the root of the
tooth will reduce bushing wear life.

How to Properly Torque Segment Hardware


The principal cause of segment loosening is improper tightening.
To install segment hardware, first, lubricate the bolt threads and the washer face of the nut with
5P-3931 Antiseize Compound or an equivalent lubricant.
Second, tighten all nuts on any one segment to the specified initial torque. This draws the mating
parts tightly together.
Third, tighten each nut an additional 1/3 turn. This stretches the bolt properly for good segment
retention.
The torque specifications can be found in the Management section of each type machine.

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Guards

Guiding Guard Wear

End and center guiding guards have no measurement technique, service limits or wear charts.
They should, however, be a part of every undercarriage inspection and their condition should be
described.
Guiding guard wear on pin ends is a good indicator of guiding guard condition but should not be as-
sumed to be the only indicator since wear strips might have been replaced since the track was first
installed.
Guiding guard replaceable wear strips should be replaced before any wear or damage is done to
the guard itself. The most convenient times to check and maintain guard wear strips is at pin and
bushing maintenance and track replacement time.

Need for Roller Guards

Although roller guards (full or partial type) provide some track guiding, their purpose is to prevent
structural damage caused by rocks, tree limbs, and other large material entering the roller areas.
Roller guards should be avoided in underfoot material that flows into the system. This is because
roller guards tend to trap abrasives in the undercarriage system, significantly reducing undercar-
riage life.

Conditions for Use of Roller Guards


1. Rocks or gravel of 1 in. (25 mm) to 6 in. (150 mm).
2. Tree limbs, branches or other non-extrudable wood products or waste materials.
3. Sanitary landfill and demolition materials only if large metal, wood or other high strength objects
of 1 in. to 6 in. (25 to 150 mm)in size are frequently encountered.
Remember, roller guards should only be used to keep foreign objects out, not for track guiding.
The Disadvantages of using Roller Guards in the wrong conditions or for the wrong reasons
include:
1. Difficulty in measuring, inspecting and maintaining rollers.
2. Reduces undercarriage wear life by keeping packing material in. Doesnt prevent material from
entering the system.
3. May unnecessarily increase wear on link rail sides, pin bosses and on pin ends.

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Management & Merchandising

Introduction to Track Management


The link is the base or core component to which other components should be matched. Use the
guidelines described below.
Track management guidelines:
Match pin and bushing life with link life by turning or replacing bushings as needed.
Match track roller life to link life by swapping rollers as needed.
Match idler life to link life by swapping idlers as needed.
Match shoe life to link life by regrousering or replacing as needed.
Time these maintenance actions to achieve the lowest cost per hour while minimizing machine
downtime.

Wear Limits
The wear charts always display the wear measurements to 100% and 120%. The 100% point is con-
sidered the service/maintenance point. As shown on the table below, only a few components re-
quire maintenance.
The 120% wear point is frequently described as the destruction point. As a general guideline, the
undercarriage may begin to fail or destruct near this 120 percent wear point. However, the under-
carriage (except for bushings) may operate well beyond 120 percent worn before destruction ac-
tually occurs. This depends on several factors including application, underfoot conditions, past
experience, and customer resistance to downtime.
When running to destruction, it is important to leave the parts on the machine as long as possible
to minimize the cost per hour. Use the following guidelines when performing an undercarriage in-
spection near 120 percent worn to determine if the parts should continue to operate or be replaced.

Maintenance
Maintenance at 100% Worn
Link None
Pins & Bushings Turn
Rollers None
Carrier Rollers None
Idler Rebuild (weld)
Sprocket None
Shoe Regrouser

Destruction
Component Failure Mode
Links Cracking, pin and bushing loosening, pin boss damage
Bushings Cracking
Shoes Cracking, bending, loss of traction
Idlers Cracking, damage to track bushings

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Wear Limits (Cont'd.)


Destruction (Cont'd.)
Component Failure Mode
Carrier Rollers Cracking, damage to track bushings
Track Rollers Cracking, damage to track bushings, link pin bosses, and/or roller flanges

Pin/Bushing to Link Ratio


The ratio of pin/bushing percent worn to link percent worn helps determine when and if to turn
bushings. This ratio is calculated by dividing the percent worn of the pin/bushing (maximum of inter-
nal or external worn) by the percent worn of the track link. The goal is to minimize cost per hour by
maximizing the life of the link assembly.
Pin/Bushing to Link Ratios
Pin/Bushing to Link
% Worn Ratios Actions to be Taken
Sealed Link Assembly Sealed & Lubricated Link Assembly
Less than or equal to 1:1 Do not turn bushings. Do not turn bushings.
Approximately 1.5:1 Turn bushings because pin and bush- Use CTS to determine the cost per hour
ing life is less after turn. with and without turning.
If the decision is to turn bushings, turn be-
tween half of the link life to destruction
and the bushing service point.
Approximately 2:1 Turn bushings at the pin/bushing serv- Turn at the bushing service point.
ice point.
Between 2:1 & 3:1 Turn bushings at the pin/bushing serv- Turn bushings at the bushing service point
ice point and consider replacing pins and consider replacing bushings at the
& bushings at the service point of the service point of the second side of the
second side of the bushing. Use CTS bushing. Use CTS to determine the cost
to determine the cost per hour with per hour with and without bushing
and without pin & bushing replacement.
replacement. Determine if the cause of short bushing
life can be remedied. Perhaps track ten-
sion is being run too tight.
Greater than or equal to 1. Turn, replace & turn at service See Above.
4:1 points of pin or bushing.
2. Replace with Sealed and Lubri-
cated Track.

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Track Management

Track Seal Replacement Recommendations


Good track seal maintenance practices assure maximum life for tracks. Use the following guide-
lines for determining when to replace track seals.
Rigid Track Seals
All track-type machines with Sealed & Lubricated Track currently use Rigid Track Seals. This type
of seal has excellent sealability, but its life is limited, eventually allowing oil to leak and joints to be-
come dry. To maximize undercarriage life, replace these seals according to the intervals in the fol-
lowing chart.
Post Turn Seals
This type of seal, introduced first on the D11, was designed for use during a pin & bushing turn or
track reseal. Post Turn Seals are smaller in diameter than standard seals so that they seal against
an unused bushing surface away from the original seal groove.
Use Post Turn Seals when bushing end grooving does not exceed the limit of the 4C-8613 (formerly
8T-9291) end grooving gauge. If bushing end grooving exceeds the limit of this gauge, replace the
bushing using a new standard seal.
Crescent Track Seals (noncurrent)
This type of seal provides adequate sealability. Reuse crescent seals because of established wear
patterns between the seal and the end of the bushing.
Always reuse crescent track seals at bushing turn time.

Elevated sprocket machines: D4H - D7R


Low sprocket machines: D3 - D7G, 943 - 973 and 933 - 977
Projected Bushing Life to 100% Worn Track Seal Recommendation (1)
0 to 2,000 SMU Reuse seals during bushing turn.
2,000 to 4,000 SMU Replace seals during bushing turn.
4,000 to 6,000 SMU Replace seals at 4,000 SMU intervals.
Consider turning bushings before 100% wear. (2)
6,000 SMU and greater Replace seals at 4,000 SMU intervals.

1 EXCEPTION: When a bushing is replaced, always replace the seals used with that bushing.
2 The decision whether or not to turn bushings (versus reseal only) before 100% wear should
depend on projected link life. For example, if projected link life for a D8T is less than 8,000
SMU, achieve full link life with a bushing turn at 4,000 SMU even if the bushings are only
50% worn. If projected link life is over 8,000 SMU, a cost per hour analysis should determine
whether to turn bushings or to reseal at 4,000 SMU.

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Track Seal Replacement Recommendations (Cont'd.)


Elevated sprocket machines: D8L - D11T (Except Sleeve Bearing Track)
Low sprocket machines: D8 - D9H
Projected Bushing Life to 100% Worn Track Seal Recommendation (3)
0 to 4,000 SMU Replace seals during bushing turn.
4,000 to 6,000 SMU Replace seals at 4,000 SMU intervals.
Consider turning bushings before 100% wear. (4)
6,000 SMU and greater Replace seals at 4,000 SMU intervals.

D11N, D11R, D11T with Sleeve Bearing Track


Projected Bushing Life to 100% Worn Track Seal Recommendation (3)
0 to 6,000 SMU Replace seals during bushing turn.
6,000 to 8,000 SMU Replace seals at 6,000 SMU intervals.
Consider turning bushings before 100% wear. (4)
8,000 SMU and greater Replace seals at 6,000 SMU intervals.

NOTE

Average track seal life is about 4,000 SMU, but life varies considerably depending on ap-
plication and underfoot conditions. Actual seal life ranges from as low as 2,000 SMU to
over 5,000 SMU. Generally, seal life will be shorter on machines working in severe condi-
tions. To maximize pin & bushing life, around 3,500 SMU begin checking on a regular basis
for dry joints. Resealing should be considered if joints become dry.

3 EXCEPTION: When a bushing is replaced, always replace the seals used with that bushing.
4 The decision whether or not to turn bushings (versus reseal only) before 100% wear should
depend on projected link life. For example, if projected link life for a D8T is less than 8,000
SMU, achieve full link life with a bushing turn at 4,000 SMU even if the bushings are only
50% worn. If projected link life is over 8,000 SMU, a cost per hour analysis should determine
whether to turn bushings or to reseal at 4,000 SMU.

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Track Management

CTS Inspection Report


The Custom Track Service Inspection Report (PEEP7212, PFEP7212, PGEP7212, PSEP7212, PPEP7212)
provides a convenient format for recording information and computed values that are important to
report undercarriage condition to the user. It also acts as a history record of past conditions and
recommendations. On the back of the form is a Recommendation Checklist and space for drawing
two maintenance options.
How to Fill-Out CTS Inspection Report (5)
1. Customer and Machine Information
2. Component History This section should be filled in from history records prior to the inspec-
tion. It should reflect date(s) or meter reading(s) which will allow calculations of hours on the
parts. Lines are provided next to the track roller positions to enter a flange type for each roller.
Use S for single flange and D for double flange as installed on the machine.
3. Inspection Information Meter reading is used to determine hours on parts. Hours per week is
for expected future usage of the machine and is used for projecting dates to schedule alterna-
tive actions.
The notes section is for any additional information pertinent to the inspection which is not on this
form. Major recommendations to the user may also be included on the reverse side of the CTS
Inspection Form.
Record the measurement of each component to the closest 0.01 in.(0.1 mm) for the left and right
side of the machine.
4. Calculated Data Hours on Wear Surface is very important data and may be calculated by
subtracting the hours installed from the current hour meter reading.
Percent Worn is obtained by using the measurement and the appropriate impact or allowable
wear ratings from the wear chart portion of this handbook.
Total Potential Hours to 100% Worn are calculated by dividing the hours on wear surface by the
percent worn. This will give the potential to the service limit assuming similar conditions. It may
not be reliable using percent worn values less than 30 percent.
Total Potential Hours to 120% Worn are calculated by multiplying the total potential hours to
100% Worn by 1.2.
A line is provided to show the calculated average of track roller data. This line is used to deter-
mine track roller swapping considerations.

5 Refer to the example on the next page.

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Calculations
The objective of CTS calculations is to project time remaining on components to their 100 percent
worn (maintenance point) and/or 120 percent worn (destruction). Simply determining percent worn
is only the first step. Projecting service points allows you to schedule downtime to increase ma-
chine availability and reduce the customers cost per hour.
The sequence of steps to project service points is as follows:
1. Determine percent worn from charts in CTS Handbook.
2. Determine Hours on Wear Surface. Subtract the hour meter reading when the components were
installed from the hour meter reading at the time of the inspection
3. Determine Total Potential Hours to 100% worn by dividing the Hours on Wear Surface by the per-
cent worn:
Example:
500 SMU now .25 (25% worn)
= 2000 SMU
(total potential to 100% worn)
4. Determine the potential hours to 120% worn by multiplying the Total Potential Hours to 100%
worn times 1.2:
Example:
2000 X 1.2 = 2400 SMU
(total potential to 120% worn)
5. Find the hours remaining on the part until it would reach its total potential by subtracting the
Hours on Wear Surface:
Example:
2000 500 = 1500 SMU
(remaining until 100% worn)
Example:
2400 500 = 1900 SMU
(remaining until 120% worn)
6. Note the part with the lowest total potential or fewest hours left. Calculate the time in weeks or
months until reinspection, maintenance, or replacement is needed.

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In conjunction with the release of CTSi 1.0, you will notice improvements to the various CTS Reports
options:
Reports are now available in Detailed and Simple formats, and the Percent Worn report also in-
cludes a Graph format.
Detailed reports display complete inspection data for all measured undercarriage components.
These reports also display component part numbers and wear chart numbers.
Simple reports display a more condensed inspection summary, and an undercarriage system
graphic with component labeling provides a good discussion tool for the PSSR and customer.
All reports now include conditional formatting to hi-lite in color the higher percent worn com-
ponents data fields. Percent Worn 80-95% is displayed in Yellow; percent worn greater than
95% is displayed in Red. The PSSR has the option to alter these ranges in the CTSi
Preferences.

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Using CTS Reports To Manage Undercarriage

The CTS Percent Worn report, shown above in Simple, Detailed, and Graph format options, is
the most commonly used report. This is an excellent report to share with customers to give them a
status report on a machines undercarriage. This report is not intended to be the single source of in-
formation when attempting to manage undercarriage.
Problems with using this report to manage undercarriage include:
If components are replaced at different times, the percent worn values cannot be compared. On
this report, for example, the link assemblies were replaced more recently than the other
components.
Some components need maintenance at 100% worn (turn bushings) while others need to be re-
placed at 120% worn (carrier rollers). This makes it difficult to compare the percent worn values
for different components.
These problems commonly cause PSSRs to measure undercarriage more often than necessary
to check on the status of the undercarriage.

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The CTS Hour Meter Reading report shown above in Detailed format, from the CTS computer pro-
gram, is probably the most valuable report for managing undercarriage. On the right side of the
page the hour meter reading is projected for each component to 100% and 120%. Reference the
120% projection for components that will be replaced (links, rollers, sprockets) and 100% for com-
ponents to be serviced (bushings, shoes, idlers).
Find the first component requiring service or replacement. For this machine that component is the
right side bushing at an hour meter reading of 9,055. Next determine if other components should be
serviced at the same time. Perhaps the carrier rollers should be replaced, idlers should be welded.
If the customer wants to avoid additional downtime, the track rollers could be replaced.
Estimate the date of the service by subtracting the projected hour meter reading of the bushing
from the current hour meter reading then dividing the result by the hours per week. For this

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machine, subtracting 8,371 from 9,055 then dividing the result (684 hours) by 50 hours per week
gives us 12 weeks (three months).
Advantages of using this report to manage undercarriage include:
The PSSR and customer have an expectation (the projected hour meter reading) as to when the
next maintenance is to be expected.
Grouping of maintenance points is simplified.
An estimated date of the next service or next inspection can be calculated.

The CTS Remaining Life report shown above in Detailed format, from the CTS computer program,
is another valuable report for managing undercarriage. On the right side of the page the remaining
life is projected for each component to 100% and 120%. Reference the 120% projection for

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components that will be replaced (links, rollers, sprockets)and 100% for components to be serviced
(bushings, shoes, idlers).
Find the first component requiring service or replacement. For this machine that component is the
right side bushing, with a remaining life of 684 hours. Next determine if other components should be
serviced at the same time. Perhaps the carrier rollers should be replaced, idlers should be welded.
If the customer wants to avoid additional downtime, the track rollers could be replaced.
Estimate the date of the service by dividing the remaining life by the hours per week. For this ma-
chine, dividing 684 hours by 50 hours per week gives us 12 weeks (three months).
Advantages of using this report to manage undercarriage include:
The PSSR and customer have an expectation (the remaining hours)as to when the next mainte-
nance is to be expected.
Grouping of maintenance points is simplified.
Estimating the date of the next service or next inspection is easy.

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The CTS Projected Life report shown above in Simple format, from the CTS computer program, is
another useful report for managing undercarriage. On the right side of the page the projected life is
displayed for each component to 100% and 120%. This report is valuable in estimating the life ad-
vantage of alternate maintenance options. Some analyses include:
How many additional hours will the link assembly get if bushings are turned?
How many additional hours will the undercarriage run if track rollers are swapped?
How many additional hours will the undercarriage run if idlers are swapped?
To estimate the additional hours from turning bushings, add the bushing life to 120% (2,413) to the
life to 100% (2,011) and compare that to the link life to 120% (5,307). Both sides of the bushing will

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get 4,424 hours. This is less than the link life, so the additional life is bushing life to 100%, 2,011
hours. Using this value with the cost of the turn will allow an estimation of the cost per hour of that
maintenance.
To estimate the additional hours from swapping track rollers, just compare the Link Roller System
life worst and swapped. For this machine, this value is not calculated by CTS because the links and
track rollers were not installed at the same time.
The advantage of using this report to manage undercarriage is the ability to estimate the value of
alternative maintenance options.

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CTS on the Personal Computer

Youre a Product Support Representative visiting a customer about undercarriage management.


The customer understands the high quality of Cat undercarriage, but needs to be convinced that it
represents a greater value than competitive undercarriage. The computerized version of Custom
Track Service can help. This software program helps you and the customer make informed deci-
sions by calculating percent worn, projecting life, and estimating the cost per hour of various
options.
How It Works
You can measure and store up to 100 machines at a time with the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator IV, then
plug a cable into your laptop computer and download all the measurements into the computer pro-
gram. It takes about 1 second per machine.
The program is designed for field or office use, at a customer location or in a dealer office. It was
built to provide integration with your dealer business system.
Numerous reports, including Custom Track Service forms and graphs can be printed for or e-mailed
to customers to help them understand the value and professionalism of your services. The program
will calculate the expected life of the undercarriage, using wear charts from the CTS Handbook.
Features
Provides multiple report options.
Prints a Fleet Summary report.
Stores virtually unlimited number of machines, inspections and service histories.
Maintains a callback schedule for future undercarriage inspections.
Eliminates manual entry of data by importing directly from the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator.
Improves quality and reduces time by exporting previous inspections to the Ultrasonic Wear
Indicator.
Allows you to compare various maintenance alternatives so you can identify the lowest cost per
hour.
Screens are available in English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, and Japanese.
To Order
Dealer License: JMRC7100

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Competitive Machine Undercarriage Conversion

Conversion to Caterpillar undercarriage is a commonly accepted practice among many owners of


competitive track-type tractors, loaders and excavators.

Why Consider Undercarriage Conversion?


Customers convert to Cat undercarriage for many reasons including:
Lower cost per hour
Dealer Undercarriage Management Program (CTS)
Caterpillar product innovations
Consistent parts quality
Expertise of Caterpillar dealer
Full quality repair, service
Unmatched parts availability
Caterpillar dealer is their One Safe Source for undercarriages
Better parts price than many OEMs
Converting a machine to Cat undercarriage can be as simple as wrap-ping a track group on the
competitive machine, or as extensive as changing the track, sprocket and rolling components.
Some competitive machines require no modification at all while a few require extensive modifica-
tion. (Reference IRM UC96-12)

Determining Basic Convertibility In The Field


Basic convertibility is defined as installing a Cat track group with minimum, if any, modification to
the machine. This may or may not require a change to Cat sprockets. Basic convertibility can be
quickly and easily determined in the field using only four measurements.

Track Group Convertibility

Measure
A. Pitch
B. Bushing O.D.
Result
These two dimensions determine if change to Cat sprocket is required.

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Determining Basic Convertibility In The Field (Cont'd.)

Measure
C. Inside Rail Spread
D. Outside Rail Spread
Result
These two dimensions determine if change to Cat rolling components is required.
Pitch may vary by 0.03 in. (0.8 mm) and the Cat bushing O.D. may be smaller by 0.12 in. (3 mm). Rail
spreads must fit within outside roller flanges and clear inside flange if double flange rollers are
used.

Sprocket Convertibility
If change to Cat sprocket is necessary or desirable, a weld-on rim or adapter is required. Overall
tip diameter and weld surface diameter available should be measured.

Measure Result
E. Tip Diameter This dimension determines appropriate Cat adapter or rim.
F. Weld Surface This dimension helps determine if adequate material is available to
weld on Cat rim or adapter.
Overall diameter of Cat sprocket (E) must clear competitive machine roller frame, guards, etc.
Weld surface diameter (F) must allow for cutting competitive machine hub to appropriate Cat rim
or adapter weld dimension. Care should be taken to assure sprocket remains in line with rollers
when converting to Cat segments or rims.

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Competitive Machine Undercarriage Conversion

Track Roller, Carrier Roller and Idler Convertibility


If change to Cat track roller and/or other rolling components is either necessary or desirable, some
component removal may be required to obtain accurate measurements for comparison to Cat di-
mensions. Modification to the mounting bolt holes or the track roller end collars may be required.
For further details on conversion procedure and modification, refer to the following conversion in-
formation source:

Undercarriage Report
Form/Worksheet PEEP0210
IRM UC96-12

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Elevated Sprocket Machines

Introduction
The D8T through D11T use an exclusive undercarriage design to increase machine productivity and
improve serviceability. The bogie mounted rollers and idlers allow for better traction, reduced im-
pact loading and a better ride. The result is greatly increased productivity.
Elevated sprockets on D4H through D11T remove the final drives from abrasives and damaging im-
plement loads. Final drive life has doubled and steering clutch/brake life has nearly tripled. Final
drive repair times are shorter because roller frames do not have to be removed. For example, D9L fi-
nal drive modules can be removed and installed in only five hours versus 45 hours on a D9H or Ko-
matsu D355.
This innovative design results in undercarriage wear patterns different from those found on low
sprocket track-type tractors. Different wear patterns require different management guidelines.
These guidelines are reviewed on the following pages.

Link Assembly Identification Code Markings


A uniform identification marking system has been adopted to improve follow-up reporting and war-
ranty tracking of link assembly performance. For all models, locate the second full link from the
bushing end (prior to 1991, the pin end) of the master link. The identification code is stamped on the
shoe pad surface on the right hand link (as viewed during track press work).
The code is alphanumeric (eg. AC210Y04). For details of code interpretation see IRM PELJ0151.

Undercarriage Identification
The easiest way to identify track is to read the part number forged into the link. The following list
cross references link part numbers to the wear chart pages.

Model Pitch Link Part Number Wear Chart Pages


D4H 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 235-2514 From, page 107
D5M, D5N 108-0947 & 48 To, page 130
561H, 561M, 561N 6Y-9261 & 62
D5H, D5R 7.50 in. (190 mm) 235-2501 From, page 131
D6M, D6N 229-6909 & 10 To, page 154
517 106-1625 & 26
6Y-9267 & 68
417-3595 & 96
D6H, D6R, D6T 8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 234-9699 From, page 155
527 228-2735 & 36 To, page 182
195-6515 & 16
8E-7405 & 06
8E-2355 & 56
378-8241 & 42
418-2091 & 92
D7H, D7R 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) 225-4789 & 90 From, page 184
572R 6I-9239 & 40 To, page 207
9G-2417 & 18
289-3083 & 84
422-2659 & 60
D8N, D8R 8.58 in. (218 mm) 304-5680 See, page 209
D8T 260-0300
D8L, D8N 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) 8E-4505 & 06 From, page 210
D8R, D8T 8E-4513 & 14

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Introduction
Model Pitch Link Part Number Wear Chart Pages
578, 391-3943 & 44 To, page 226
583R, 583T, 587T,
PL83, PL87
D9N, D9R 9.45 in. (240 mm) 7T-2275 & 26 From, page 227
D9T 9W-2743 & 44 To, page 236
D9L 9.00 in. (228.6 mm) 7T-7629 & 30 From, page 237
589 7T-4137 & 38 To, page 244
D10N, D10R 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) 7T-0715 & 16 From, page 245
D10T 9W-5265 & 66 To, page 254
9W-5933 & 34
320-3053 & 54
D10 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) 9W-5723 & 24 From, page 255
9W-5933 & 34 To, page 262
D11N, D11R, D11T 12.50 in. (317.5 mm) 200-6325 & 26 From, page 263
6T-8049 & 50 To, page 280
320-3541 & 42

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Components

Variables That Affect Wear Life


See the following pages for details on the effects of: Page
Controllable Variables See, page 10
Track Adjustment See, page 10
Shoe Width See, page 11
Alignment See, page 13
Non-Controllable Variables See, page 17
Soil & Underfoot Conditions See, page 17
Environmental Variables See, page 19
Partially Controllable Variables See, page 22

Sealed and Lubricated Track


Sealed and Lubricated Track is used exclusively on the elevated sprocket tractors because internal
pin and bushing wear, found in Sealed Track, would be accelerated on these models.

On low sprocket track-type tractors with Sealed Track, internal pin and bushing wear occurs in one
position. The elevated sprocket design has three positions where internal pin and bushing wear
would occur if it used Sealed Track. Sealed and Lubricated Track reduces internal pin and bushing
wear as a maintenance consideration. The only time internal pin and bushing wear can occur is
when a track joint loses its lubricant. If a track joint goes dry on a machine with elevated sprockets,
internal pin and bushing wear may soon become critical. Therefore, on the elevated sprocket trac-
tors, we recommend that operators inspect the track weekly for dry joints. See, page 90 for the
proper procedure.

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Components

Links
See, page 24 through, page 30 for detailed link information.

Measurement Measure the track link over the centerline of the pin and bushing bores. See,
page 24 for details.

Link Allowable Wear Two-level allowable wear percent worn charts are provided for the D8
through D11. The Greater Allowable Wear column should be used for nearly all applications except
when link cracking due to structural fatigue has been experienced or suspected. If link cracking
has been experienced then use the Lesser Allowable Wear column located in the rear of the ele-
vated sprocket machine wear chart section.

Wear Patterns The undercarriage design of elevated sprocket machines and the absence of
snakiness in Sealed and Lubricated Track allow it to track very straight. This straight tracking
causes the roller to wear with a slight ridge running down the center of the tread. This ridge results
from less wear occurring on the center of the roller tread as it passes over the links in their overlap
area. The ridge on the roller may in turn wear a groove down the center of the link rail. This wear
pattern is normal for these machines. It may occur less often on machines with non-suspended
undercarriage. D9T, D10T, and D11T machines with improved alignment undercarriage also minimize
or eliminate this wear pattern.

As elevated sprocket undercarriage wears, a larger scallop develops over the link strut than on oval
undercarriage machines. This is because the track link goes around two idlers instead of one. This
wear is not considered critical. Evaluate link wear based on wear directly over the pin area.
Split Master Links Use the assembly procedures for Split Master Link, page 28. For bolt torque
specifications, refer to, page 90.

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Components

Pins and Bushings

Elevated Sprocket Machines use Sealed and Lubricated Track. See, page 31 through, page 38 for
details. The following points are specifically for elevated sprocket machines:

Measurement
Use the caliper or the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator to measure all three bushing contact sides: for-
ward, reverse, and vertical. Use the most worn position to make projections. This practice is neces-
sary because wear can occur in all three positions, depending on the degree of packing. The depth
gauge should not be used before a bushing turn because it only measures vertical bushing wear.
After a bushing turn, the depth gauge can be used to approximate wear based on the vertical
dimension.
Bushing Allowable Wear
Bushing allowable wear is based on the remaining strength to resist cracks. For low sprocket ma-
chines, the choice between two allowable wears is based on high or low impact conditions be-
cause the sprocket is close to the ground and subject to impact.
For elevated sprocket machines in most conditions, use the greater allowable wear scale. For
underfoot conditions in which the bushing experiences high shock loads such as breaking rock
when ripping or dozing, use the lesser wear scale. (Track jumping may cause high loads on the
bushing.) The lesser wear scale may also be used for specific underfoot conditions and applica-
tions in which the bushing cracked when the greater wear scale was applied.

Dry Joints
Link assemblies should be checked weekly for dry joints. This should be done by lightly touching
the pin end or bushing after a machine has been working. A dry pin or bushing will be relatively
warmer from metal-to-metal friction.
CAUTION the pin and bushing of a dry joint may be hot enough to burn fingers.
Warm, squeaking and kinking joints are only indicators of potential dry joints. The only positive
means of determining whether a dry track joint has developed is when pitch extension occurs. The
decision to remove the track from the machine should be based on pitch extension only. Measure
the next pin away from the dry joint in both directions to be sure you have recorded the pitch exten-
sion correctly. The single joint pitch extension should not exceed the wear limits shown in the fol-
lowing chart.

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Components

Pins and Bushings (Cont'd.)


Dry Joint Wear Limit
Model New Track Pitch Single Joint Wear Limit
D4H 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 7.25 in. (184.2 mm)
D5M, D5N
561M, 561N
D5H 7.50 in. (190 mm) 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
D6M, D6N
517
D6H, D6R, D6T 8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
527
D7H, D7R 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
D8L, D8N, D8R 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) 8.75 in. (223.3 mm)
572R
578
583R
D8T 8.58 in (218 mm) 8.83 in (224.3 mm)
D9L, 589 9.00 in. (228.6 mm) 9.25 in. (235 mm)
D9N, D9R, D9T 9.45 in. (240 mm) 9.70 in. (246.4 mm)
D10 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) 10.50 in. (266.7 mm)
D10N, D10R, D10T
D11N, D11R, D11T 12.50 in. (317.5 mm) 12.75 in. (323.9 mm)

Shoe & Master Link Bolt Torque/Turn Specifications


Additional Turn
Bolt Regular Master Link
Model Size Torque (1) Shoe Master Shoe
D4H 5/8 in. 125 30 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
D5H, D5M, D5N 170 40 Nm
561M, 561N
D5H 3/4 in. 300 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/3 turn
D6M, D6N 400 70 Nm
D6H, D6R, D6T
D7H
572R
517
527
D7H, D7R 7/8 in. 250 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
340 70 Nm
D8L, D8N, D8R, 7/8 in. 480 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/3 turn
D8T, 650 70 Nm
578
583R
D9L, D9N, D9R, D9T 1 in. 650 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/3 turn
589 870 70 Nm

1 See, page 29 and, page 47 for assembling and torque tightening procedures.

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Components

Pins and Bushings (Cont'd.)


Shoe & Master Link Bolt Torque/Turn Specifications (Cont'd.)
Additional Turn
Bolt Regular Master Link
Model Size Torque (1) Shoe Master Shoe
D10 1-1/8 in. 650 70 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/3 turn
870 90 Nm
D10N, D10R, D10T 1-1/8 in. 650 70 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/3 turn
5-tooth Masters 870 90 Nm
D10N, D10R, D10T 1-1/8 in. 650 70 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
870 90 Nm
Single Tooth 1-1/8 in. 516 52 ft. lb. + 1/4 turn
Masters 700 70 Nm
D11N, D11R, D11T 1-3/8 in. 1105 110 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
5-tooth Masters 1500 150 Nm
D11N, D11R, D11T 1-3/8 in. 1105 110 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
1500 150 Nm
Single Tooth M36 1105 110 ft. lb. + 1/4 turn
Masters 1500 150 Nm

SystemOne Shoe and Master Link Track Torque/Turn Specifications*


Clamp Master
Standard Links Track Shoes (Open Window) Clamp Master (Center Strut)
Bolt Additional Additional Additional
Model Size Pre Torque Turn Pre Torque Turn Pre Torque Turn
D4H 16 mm 107 18 ft-lb 1/3 Turn 184 18 ft-lb 4 x 1/4 turn (2)
D5M, 145 25 Nm 250 25 Nm
D5N
D6N, 20 mm 295 18 ft-lb 1/3 Turn 221 18 ft-lb 4 x 1/4 turn (2) 295 18 ft-lb 1/2 turn
D6M 400 25 Nm 300 25 Nm 400 25 Nm
D6H, 22 mm 369 18 ft-lb 1/3 Turn 295 18 ft-lb 4 x 1/4 turn (2) 369 18 ft-lb 1/2 turn
D6R, 500 25 Nm 400 25 Nm 500 25 Nm
D6T
Split Master
D8N, 7/8 in 480 50 ft-lb 1/3 Turn 480 50 ft-lb 1/3 Turn
D8R 650 70 Nm 650 70 Nm
D8T
* For detailed Installation and Removal of SystemOne Clamp Masters, see Undercarriage Reconditioning
Bulletin, REHS2220.
** Use the Assembling and Tightening Procedure, page 29.

1 See, page 29 and, page 47 for assembling and torque tightening procedures.
2 Turn each bolt 90 degrees (1/4) at a time for four (4) turns so deflection is uniform.
These turns are to be completed in a clockwise pattern.

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Components

Shoes
See, page 44 through, page 47 for detailed shoe information.

Measurement Use the depth gauge or the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator to measure shoes.
Shoe Width Wide track shoes are a major cause of undercarriage component failures and dry
joints. See Shoes, page 44 for a detailed discussion of the effects of wide track shoes.

Idlers

See, page 49 for detailed idler information.


Measurement Use the depth gauge to measure both treads of the idler. Use the same depth
gauge probe positions as you use for rollers, but do not use the reference hooks. For D8 through
D11 tractors, position the bar so two posts are over each tread and press the bar down. Measure
the length of all four posts and use the largest measurement to determine percent worn. For D4
through D7 tractors, position the bar so that one probe is over the center of each tread. Use the
average measurement to determine percent worn.
Idler Swapping In some situations, wear between front to rear or left to right idlers may be un-
even. If this occurs, follow the guidelines on, page 50 to determine if a swap is necessary.
Due to differences in front and rear idler diameters, swapping is not possible on the D4H, D4H XL,
D5M XL, D5N XL, D6H (serial number ranges 1KD402-661, 2TG1-543, 3YG1-556, 4GG1-465, 5HG1-441,
8FC1-717, 8FC461-964, 8YC473-UP), D8N, D8R, and D8T.

Idler Wear Center Tread Idlers and Relieved Center Tread Idlers
Measurement Technique
Center Tread Idler tread wear is measured with the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator, Depth Gauge, or with
the small caliper.
Relieved Center Tread Idler wear is measured with the Depth Gauge or with the small caliper. These
cannot be measured with the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator.
Both Relieved Tread and Center Tread Idlers must be measured on the side of the idler with the part
number.
To provide a measurement location, the side of the idler with the part number is either machined
around the entire inside diameter or notched. Only the early version idlers were notched.
Relieved Tread and Center Tread Idlers must be measured on the machined or notched surface as
indicated below. This is very close to the outside edge of the tread surface. Care must be exercised
to not measure onto the radius.

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Components

Idlers (Cont'd.)
Center Tread Relieved Tread

For complete details on Relieved Tread idler wear and re-use guidelines, reference Special Instruc-
tion REHS7608.
Wear Limits
Center Tread Idler allowable wear and resulting wear limits are based on the rebuildability of the
idler.
If the idler is worn past 100 percent, the tread will become too thin to successfully rebuild. Note that
Relieved Tread idlers are not rebuildable.
Wear Charts
Relieved Tread and Center Tread Idlers wear at a slower rate than conventional idlers, and the wear
rate will not increase as rapidly after the hardened case depth is worn away.
Rebuildability
Rebuildability of Center Tread Idlers is comparable to conventional idlers. The Relieved Center
Tread Idlers are not rebuildable.
Installation
Note that only the part number side of the idler is machined or notched and that the part number
side should be installed to face the outside of the machine.
Idler Guard Wear Packages for D8T, D9T, D10T, D11T
Increase link, roller and idler wear life by up to 40% by installing flexible rubber idler guards. These
guards are for use in moderate to high abrasive and low impact underfoot conditions. They work by
preventing abrasive material from entering the undercarriage system. For details, reference IRM
UC01-06 (PELM1002).

Testing and Adjusting Front Idler Position and Machine Balance (D4H to D7R)
Operator complaints of uncomfortable ride are generally caused by an idler that is lower than the
track rollers, a machine that is not balanced, or scalloped track links.
Special Instruction entitled Adjustment of the Position of the Front Idlers and the Balance of the
Machine for Improved Ride or Improved Fine Dozing, REHS0862-02, dated June 01, 2001, covers
the following topics:
Correct Track Installation
Measuring Grouser Rise Height
Verify the Installation of the Correct Idlers
Measuring the Depth of the Link Scallop
Shim Charts for Idlers
Measuring the Height of the Front Idler Tread
Checking the Balance of the Machine

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Components

Idlers (Cont'd.)
Adjusting the Height of Center Tread Idlers
Procedure to Determine Idler Height
(D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, D9L, D9N, D9R, D9T, D10, D10N, D10R, D10T, D11N, D11R, D11T
Tractors)
Model Applicable Serial Numbers
D8L All
D8N All
D8R All
D8T All
D9L All
D9N All
D9R All
D9T All
D10 All
D10N All
D10R All
D10T All
D11N All
D11R All
D11T All

As track rollers wear and bogie pads deteriorate or are lost, excessive machine vibration may re-
sult. This vibration is the result of insufficient idler height. Idler height is the distance that the tread
of the track idler is above the tread of the adjacent track roller. See Illustration 1 for the area to be
measured.

Illustration 1. Idler Height


Under typical operating conditions, wear causes the radius of the track roller treads to decrease at
approximately twice the rate of the idlers. When the front or rear rollers reach approximately 70
percent worn, the idler height may approach the minimum recommended value. Variations in oper-
ating conditions influence the wear rates.
Additionally, the installation of new or rebuilt idlers on machines with partially worn track rollers di-
rectly affects idler height.

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Components

Idlers (Cont'd.)
To measure idler height, use the following procedure.

Illustration 2. Measurement points on a hard surface.

1 Move the machine to a hard, level surface. Inspect to make sure all bogie pads are in place.
If any pads are missing or deteriorated, they should be replaced.
2 To check front idler height, carefully move the machine in REVERSE until a track shoe grous-
er is directly below the center of the idler shaft. See Illustration 2.
3 Measure the distance (dimension X),between the bottom of the track shoe grouser in full
contact with the surface and the bottom of the track shoe grouser directly below the idler
shaft.
4 Repeat the procedure of aligning the track shoe grouser directly below the center of the id-
ler shaft on the rear idler by carefully moving the machine forward. Measure dimension X
for the rear idler.
5 Idler height varies from model to model and between front and rear idlers. Compare dimen-
sion X with the recommended nominal and minimum values for the front and rear idlers that
correspond to your model as shown in Chart A.

Illustration 3. Measurement points on a soft surface.


Note: In the event that a suitable hard surface is not available for checking idler height, a less ac-
curate method may be used. See steps 6 and 7 below.
6 Carefully move the machine in REVERSE until a track shoe grouser is directly below the cen-
ter of the idler shaft.
7 Stretch a length of string along the top edge of the track shoes. Dimension X is measured
from the string to the point where the center line of the idler shaft intersects the top of the
track shoe which is directly below it. See Illustration 3 for the location of dimension X.

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Components

Idlers (Cont'd.)
Chart A
Front Idler Front Idler Rear Idler Rear Idler
Model Nominal Minimum Nominal Minimum
D8L 29 mm (1.142 in.) 17 mm (.670 in.) 34 mm (1.339 in.) 10 mm (.394 in.)
D8N, D8R, D8T 15 mm (.591 in.) 10 mm (.394 in.) 16 mm (.630 in.) 10 mm (.394 in.)
D9L 23 mm (.906 in.) 11 mm (.433 in.) 27 mm (1.063 in.) 11 mm (.433 in.)
D9N, D9R, D9T 24 mm (.945 in.) 11 mm (.433 in.) 21 mm (.827 in.) 11 mm (.433 in.)
D10 25 mm (.984 in.) 14 mm (.551 in.) 32 mm (1.260 in.) 12 mm (.472 in.)
D10N, D10R, D10T 26 mm (1.024 in.) 14 mm (.551 in.) 23 mm (.906 in.) 12 mm (.472 in.)
D11N, D11R, D11T 32 mm (1.260 in.) 14 mm (.551 in.) 23 mm (.906 in.) 12 mm (.472 in.)

Illustration 4. Add plates at point Y.

Chart B
Model Plate Part No. Plate Thickness
D8N, D8R, D8T 7T-4699 5 mm (.196 in.)
D9N, D9R, D9T 321-7862 5 mm (.196 in.)
D9L, D10N, D10R, D10T 9P-2704 5 mm (.196 in.)
D10, D11N, D11R, D11T 8P-8884 5 mm (.196 in.)

Prior to adding plates under the bogie pads, raise the machine until the bogies are hanging free.
Carefully support the machine. See the disassembly and assembly module in your machines Serv-
ice Manual for the correct procedure.

8 If dimension X is less than the minimum shown in Chart A, plates should be added be-
tween the lower bogie pad and the top of the major bogie assemblies at point Y. The ap-
propriate plates and their part number are listed in Chart B. See Illustration 4 for the
correct location to add plates.
The addition of one plate installed under a front or rear bogie pad increases idler height
by approximately 7.50 mm (.295 in.). In order to maintain uniform roller loading, equal num-
ber of plates must be installed under the intermediate bogie pads. Take care not to install
more plates than are necessary to achieve the proper idler height dimension. Excessive id-
ler height results in poor dozer control, particularly while performing finish dozing
operations.

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Components

Track Rollers

See, page 56 through, page 59 for detailed track roller information. The following points are specifi-
cally for elevated sprocket tractors.
Measurement For D8 through 11 tractors, measurement of track rollers must be done using the
depth gauge or the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator. Calipers are not feasible due to close roller spacing.
The depth gauge, calipers or the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator may be used on D4 through D7 tractors.
For D8 through D11 track rollers, set the farthest probe on the measurement tool as a reference
hook. Set the probes in the appropriate holes for the model being measured. Position the bar across
the roller so the reference hook is against the outside of the outer flange and the probes are resting
on the grooves of the roller. These rollers develop wear grooves as explained on, page 56. Push the
bar down flush with the flanges. Then measure the exposed length of all four probes and use the
average measurement to determine percent worn. For D4 through D7 tractors, position the bar so
that one probe is over the center of each tread. Use the largest measurement to determine percent
worn.

Wear Charts For undercarriage systems where links and track rollers are wearing at the same
rate, you should continue to use the 100% to 120% destruction guidelines. This is due to link pin
boss contact with external roller flanges or, for large machines, bushing contact with internal roller
flanges.
On elevated sprocket machines, track roller wear charts extend past 120% worn to allow you to
better estimate destruction point. For these machines, roller wear charts extend to the point where
tread wear meets the retainer bolts. For track rollers with end collars, and therefore no retainer
bolts, wear charts extend to the same diameter as rollers with retainers. This is useful for machines
where links are less worn than track rollers. Keep in mind that rollers, depending on application,
may fail due to structure before they reach this point.
Roller Swapping Depending on the situation, the front and/or rear rollers wear faster than the
middle rollers. A swap may be necessary to extend roller life to the link service or destruction point.
To determine whether a swap is necessary, follow the guidelines on, page 59. The larger machines,
D8 and above, have large diameter (extended wear life) single flange rollers. For these machines,
keep in mind these single flange rollers can only be swapped into positions where other single
flange rollers are located.

Roller Flange Sequence

Sprocket

Idler Idler
F 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

From the chart which follows, you will note that the rear roller (the roller nearest the rear idler) is a
single flange roller. If a double flange roller were used as the rear roller, interference could occur
between the inner flange and the rear idler. Therefore, a double flange roller should NOT usually be
placed in the rear position.

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Components

Track Rollers (Cont'd.)


Roller Flange Sequence (Cont'd.)
Wear Chart Design On elevated sprocket machines, track roller wear charts extend past 120%
worn to allow you to better estimate destruction point. For these machines, the wear charts extend
to the point where tread wear meets the retainer bolts. This is to help you better estimate when the
rollers might destruct if link wear is very low or if the roller flanges have been trimmed.
For machines like the D6N, where some rollers have retainers and some have end collars, the wear
charts for both types of rollers continue to the same point, even though there are no retainer bolts
on the end collar rollers.
For undercarriage systems where links and track rollers are wearing at the same rate, you should
continue to use the 100% to 120% destruction guidelines. This is due to link pin boss contact with
external roller flanges or, for large machines, bushing contact with internal roller flanges.

Roller Position
Rollers
Model Per Side F 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Track-Type Tractors
D4H (3), D4H XL (3), 7 S D S D S D S
D4H LGP (3)
D5M (3), D5M XL (3),
D5M XR (3)
D5M LGP (3), D5N (3),
D5N XL (3)
D4H LGP (3) 8 S D S D D S D S
D5M LGP (3)
D5N LGP (3)
D5H 6 S D S S D S
D5H XL, 7 S D S D S D S
D5H TSK
D6M, D6N (3)
D5H LGP 8 S D S D D S D S
D6M LGP (3),
D6N LGP (3)
D6H (3), D6R (3), D6T (3) 6 S D S D S S
D6H XL (3), D6H XR (3) 7 S D S D S D S
D6R XL (3), D6R XR (3),
D6R XW (3), D6T XL (3),
D6T XW (3)
D6H LGP (3), D6R LGP (3), 8 S D S D D S D S
D6T LGP (3)
D7H, D7H LGP, 7 S D S D S D S
D7R, D7R LGP

3 Machines with SystemOne track rollers have single flange track rollers in all positions.

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Components

Track Rollers (Cont'd.)


Roller Position
Rollers
Model Per Side F 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Track-Type Tractors
D7H XR, D7R XR 8 S D S D D S D S
D8L (4), D8N (4), D8R (4), 8 S S D D D D S S
D8T (4)
D9L (4), D9N (4), D9R (4), 8 S S D D D D S S
D9T (4)
D10 (4), D10N (4), D10R (4), 8 S S D D D D S S
D10T (4)
D11N (4), D11R (4), D11T (4) 8 S S D D D D S S

Roller Position
Rollers
Model Per Side F 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Pipelayers
561H, 561M, 561N 7 S D S D S D S
572R 7 S D S D S D S
578 (4) 8 S S D D D D S S
583R (4) 7 D D S S D D S
589 (4) 10 S S D D D D D D S S

Roller Position
Rollers
Model Per Side F 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Track Skidders
517, 527 7 S D S D S D S
517, 527 8 S D S D D S D S

4 Machines where single flange rollers are larger than double flange rollers.

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Components

Sprockets

Measurement To determine the sprocket segment percent worn, measure the minimum distance
between a drive side on the original tooth and the opposite drive side of a sprocket tooth located
three teeth away. It is important to note that the distance measured should be between teeth on
the same segment. Avoid measuring between teeth on different segments as this may yield an in-
correct measurement.
Wear Patterns The sprockets on these machines are elevated, reducing the effects of abrasives,
packing and virtually eliminates impact. Wear patterns exhibited on these sprockets are similar, but
not identical, to those seen on low sprocket machines. Segment replacement is recommended at
bushing turn time to reduce back-side bushing wear rate.
During early hour operation of elevated sprocket tractors, contact (scrubbing) between the track
link and the side of the sprocket segment can occur. Experience has shown that this scrubbing is
common and usually subsides after about 200 hours of operation. Extensive investigation indicates
that the stack up of tolerances in the components of the roller frame and the final drive result in the
tendency for the track to favor one side or the other of the sprocket.
Sprocket scrubbing has been observed on many machines operating in a variety of applications.
Custom Track Services (CTS) data showed no detrimental effect on the wear life of the undercar-
riage caused by sprocket scrubbing. A similar type of contact (scrubbing) may also be observed on
the track guides.
Sprocket Bolt Torques Use the torque-turn tightening method on, page 63.

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Components

Sprockets (Cont'd.)
Sprocket Bolt Torque Specifications
Model Bolt Size Torque Additional Turn
D4H 5/8 in. 130 30 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
D5M, D5N 175 40 Nm
D5H
D6M, D6N
D6R, D6T
561M, 561N
527
D7H, D7R 3/4 in. 220 40 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T 300 50 Nm
572R
578
583R
D9 7/8 in. 650 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
589 870 70 Nm
D9N, D9R, D9T 7/8 in. 480 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
650 70 Nm
D10, D10N, 1 in. 650 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
D10R, D10T, 870 70 Nm
D11N, D11R, D11T
D11N, D11R, D11T 1 1/8 in. 650 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
870 70 Nm

Guides
Inspection D8 through D11 machines do not use front and rear guiding or roller (rock) guards be-
cause of the oscillating suspension system. Instead, L -shaped guides are used to aid track
guiding. These guides attach in pairs to major bogies with two bolts. No measurable service limits
have been developed for guides. They should be inspected for wear and hardware retention. D4
through D7 machines use conventional front and rear guiding guards. Wear strips should be in-
spected regularly and replaced as required.

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Track Adjustments
Track Adjustment
Incorrectly adjusted track can cost you money both in accelerated undercarriage wear and down-
time. If the track is too tight, damaging non-productive loads are placed on the undercarriage and
its manual components.
Tight track accelerates track wear and reduces tractor drawbar horsepower. Adjustment proce-
dures take only a few minutes and require only one person.
When adjusting your track on any Caterpillar machine:
1. Always adjust the track in the working area
2. Do not try to squeeze any packing material from in between the track.
3. Never loosen the relief valve more than one turn. Grease and oil are under extreme pressure
and can penetrate the body, causing serious injury.

Elevated Sprocket Tractors

Grease is under high pressure.


Grease coming out of the relief valve under pressure can penetrate the body causing injury or
death.
Do not watch the relief valve to see if grease is escaping. Watch the track or track adjustment
cylinder to see if the track is being loosened.

1 Move the tractor forward and let it coast to a stop without applying the brakes. Make sure
slack is between the sprocket and front idler. Then park the machine and turn off the
engine.
Place a tight line over the grouser tips from the sprocket to the front idler.

2 For machines without carrier rollers, measure the distance A from the line to the grous-
er tip at the lowest point of sag. Refer to Chart 1 to determine the correct sag for each
model.
For machines with carrier rollers, measure the distance from the line to the grouser tips in
two places: at the lowest point of sag A between the front idler and carrier roller and
between the carrier roller and sprocket. Then average the two measurements.
Refer to Chart 2 to determine the correct sag for each model.

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Track Adjustments
Elevated Sprocket Tractors (Cont'd.)

3 If your track requires adjustment, locate the hydraulic fill and relief valve in the rear roller
frame, and remove the inspection cover.
Using a manual grease gun, add grease at the adjustment mechanism to tighten the track.
To loosen the track, open the relief valve and allow grease to escape. Then close the relief
valve.

4 Operate the machine in forward and reverse, then re-measure track tension.
To avoid damage to internal roller frame components, do not allow the length of the ex-
posed tube B to exceed the dimensions listed in Chart 3.

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Track Adjustments
Chart 1
Proper Track Sag
Machines Without Carrier Rollers
Model Minimum Target Maximum
D4H, D5H 3.5 in. (90 mm) 3.9 in. (100 mm) 4.3 in. (110 mm)
561H, 561M, 561N
D4H Custom Skidder, 2.6 in. (65 mm) 3.0 in. (75 mm) 3.4 in. (85 mm)
D4H TSK, 517,
D5H Custom Skidder,
D5H TSK
D6H, D6R, D6T 4.1 in. (105 mm) 4.5 in. (115 mm) 4.9 in. (125 mm)
527 2.6 in. (65 mm) 3.0 in. (75 mm) 3.4 in. (85 mm)
D7H, D7R 4.6 in. (117 mm) 5.0 in. (127 mm) 5.4 in. (137 mm)
D8L 5.1 in. (130 mm) 5.5 in. (140 mm) 5.9 in. (150 mm)
D8N, D8R, D8T, 572R, 578 4.1 in. (105 mm) 4.5 in. (115 mm) 4.9 in. (125 mm)
583R, 583T, 587R, 587T 3.5 in. (90 mm) 3.9 in. (100 mm) 4.3 in. (110 mm)
D8N, D8R, D8T SystemOne 4.1 in. (105 mm) 4.5 in. (115 mm) 4.9 in. (125 mm)
If sprocket jump 3.5 in. (90 mm) 3.9 in. (100 mm) 4.3 in. (110 mm)
If severe sprocket jump 3.2 in. (80 mm) 3.5 in. (90 mm) 3.9 in. (100 mm)
D9N, D9R, D9T 4.7 in. (120 mm) 5.1 in. (130 mm) 5.5 in. (140 mm)
D9L, 589, 5.7 in. (145 mm) 6.1 in. (155 mm) 6.5 in. (165 mm)
D10, D10N, D10R, D10T
D11N, D11R, D11T 6.1 in. (155 mm) 6.5 in. (165 mm) 6.9 in. (175 mm)

Chart 2
Proper Track Sag
Machines With Carrier Rollers
Model Minimum Target Maximum
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 1.0 in. (25 mm) 1.4 in. (35 mm) 1.8 in. (45 mm)
561M, 561N
D5H, D6M, D6N 1.8 in. (45 mm) 2.2 in. (55 mm) 2.6 in. (65 mm)
D5H, D6M, D6N SystemOne 1.6 in. (40 mm) 1.8 in. (45 mm) 2.0 in. (50 mm)
D6H, D6R, D6T 1.8 in. (45 mm) 2.2 in. (55 mm) 2.6 in. (65 mm)
D6H, D6R, D6T SystemOne 1.6 in. (40 mm) 1.8 in. (45 mm) 2.0 in. (50 mm)
D7H, D7R, 572R 2.2 in. (55 mm) 2.6 in. (65 mm) 3.0 in. (75 mm)
D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578 2.2 in. (55 mm) 2.6 in. (65 mm) 3.0 in. (75 mm)
583R, 583T, 587R, 587T 2.0 in. (50 mm) 2.4 in. (60 mm) 2.8 in. (70 mm)
D8N, D8R, D8T SystemOne 2.2 in. (55 mm) 2.6 in. (65 mm) 3.0 in. (75 mm)
If sprocket jump 2.0 in. (50 mm) 2.4 in. (60 mm) 2.8 in. (70 mm)
If severe sprocket jump 1.8 in. (45 mm) 2.2 in. (55 mm) 2.6 in. (65 mm)
D9N, D9R, D9T 2.2 in. (55 mm) 2.6 in. (65 mm) 3.0 in. (75 mm)

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Track Adjustments
Model Minimum Target Maximum
D9L, 589, 2.4 in. (60 mm) 2.8 in. (70 mm) 3.2 in. (80 mm)
D10, D10N, D10R, D10T
D11N, D11R, D11T 2.6 in. (65 mm) 3.0 in. (75 mm) 3.4 in. (85 mm)

Chart 3
Track Roller Frame Extension Specifications
Maximum Length of Exposed Tube
Model Serial Numbers Inches Millimeters
D4H 3.9 (100)
D5M LGP, D5N LGP 3.5 (88.5)
D5M XL, D5N XL 3.6 (91.7)
561H, 561M, 561N 3.9 (100)
D5H 4.4 (112)
D6M XL, D6N XL 4.0 (102.4)
D6M LGP, D6N LGP 4.3 (108.2)
517 4.4 (112)
D6H XL 6.0 (153.5)
D6H LGP 6.2 (156.8)
D6H, D6H XR 6.4 (161.8)
(AEP) (Series II) (Series
D6R XW 5.7 (144.2)
III)
D6R XL (4MN00504 & UP) 5.7 (144.2)
(5LN02766 & UP)
(Series II) (Series III)
D6R XL (4MN00001-4MN00503) 6.0 (153.5)
(5LN00001-5LN02765)
D6R LGP (8LN0529 & UP) 5.6 (142.5)
(9PN1579 & UP) (ACJ)
(ADE)
(Series II) (Series III)
D6R LGP (8LN0001-8LN0528) 6.0 (151.8)
(9PN0001-9PN1578)
D6R XR (6JN00416 & UP) 5.8 (147.5)
(7KN00451 & UP)
D6R XR (6JN00001-00415) 6.2 (156.8)
(7KN00001-7KN00450)
D6R (2YN00545 & UP) (AFM) 5.8 (147.5)
(AEM) (9ZS)
(3ZN00763 & UP) (2HM)
(6FR) (1RW) (4FM) (5PR)
(Series II) (Series III)
D6R (2YN0001-2YN00544) 6.2 (156.8)
(3ZN00001-3ZN00762)
D6T XL, D6T XW 5.7 (144.2)
D6T LGP 5.6 (142.5)

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Track Adjustments
Maximum Length of Exposed Tube
Model Serial Numbers Inches Millimeters
D6T 5.8 (147.5)
527 6.2 (156.8)
D7H, D7H XR, D7H LGP 5.0 (127)
D7R XR, D7R LGP, 5.4 (136.5)
D7R XR II, D7R LGP II
D7R 5.4 (136)
572R 5.0 (127)
572R II 5.6 (142)
D8L 6.5 (165)
D8N 5.6 (142)
D8R (9EM) (AKA) 6.0 (152)
(7XM05094 & UP) (6YZ)
D8R (7XM00001-7XM05093) 5.6 (142)
D8T 6.0 (152)
578 5.6 (142)
583R, 583T 6.0 (152)
587R, 587T 6.0 (152)
589 (31Z) 6.0 (152)
D9L 6.3 (160)
589 (8HB) 6.3 (160)
D9N 5.9 (150)
D9R (8BL01422-UP) 7.4 (189)
(7TL01212-UP)
D9R (8BL00001-8BL01421) 5.9 (150)
(7TL000017TL01211)
D9R (JJB) (ACL) (ABK) (WDM) 7.4 (189)
D9T (RJS) 7.4 (189)
D10 (84W) (76X) 5.8 (148)
D10L (2YD00001 - DYD00515) 5.8 (148)
D10N (2YD00516-UP) (3SK) 6.8 (173)
D10R 7.6 (194)
D10T 7.6 (194)
D11N 7.0 (178)
D11R 7.8 (198)
D11T 7.8 (198)

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D4H, D5M, D5N - 6.75 IN. (171.5 mm)
Track Links (1)
SystemOne Track
235-2514

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
4.25 (108.0) 0 1.14 (29.0)
4.23 (107.5) 6 1.12 (28.4)
4.21 (107.0) 12 1.10 (27.9)
4.19 (106.5) 18 1.08 (27.4)
4.17 (106.0) 24 1.06 (26.9)
4.15 (105.5) 30 1.04 (26.4)
4.13 (105.0) 35 1.02 (25.9)
4.11 (104.5) 40 1.00 (25.4)
4.09 (104.0) 45 0.98 (24.9)
4.07 (103.5) 50 0.96 (24.4)
4.05 (103.0) 55 0.94 (23.9)
4.03 (102.5) 60 0.92 (23.4)
4.01 (102.0) 65 0.90 (22.9)
3.99 (101.5) 70 0.88 (22.4)
3.97 (101.0) 75 0.86 (21.8)
3.95 (100.5) 80 0.84 (21.3)
3.93 (100.0) 85 0.82 (20.8)
3.91 (99.5) 90 0.80 (20.3)
3.89 (99.0) 95 0.78 (19.8)
3.87 (98.5) 100 0.76 (19.3)
3.85 (98.0) 105 0.74 (18.8)
3.83 (97.5) 110 0.72 (18.3)
3.81 (97.0) 115 0.70 (17.8)
3.79 (96.5) 120 0.68 (17.3)

1 Wear Chart: 41

107
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in (171.5 mm)
Track Links (1)
Heavy Duty Track
Rotating Bushing Track
108-0947 & 48

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
4.17 (106.0) 0 1.22 (31.0)
4.15 (105.5) 6 1.20 (30.5)
4.13 (105.0) 12 1.18 (30.0)
4.11 (104.5) 18 1.16 (29.5)
4.09 (104.0) 24 1.14 (29.0)
4.07 (103.5) 30 1.12 (28.4)
4.05 (103.0) 36 1.10 (27.9)
4.03 (102.5) 42 1.08 (27.4)
4.01 (102.0) 48 1.06 (26.9)
3.99 (101.5) 54 1.04 (26.4)
3.97 (101.0) 60 1.02 (25.9)
3.95 (100.5) 65 1.00 (25.4)
3.93 (100.0) 70 1.98 (24.9)
3.91 (99.5) 75 0.96 (24.4)
3.89 (99.0) 80 0.94 (23.9)
3.87 (98.5) 85 0.92 (23.4)
3.85 (98.0) 90 0.90 (22.9)
3.83 (97.5) 95 0.88 (22.4)
3.81 (97.0) 100 0.86 (21.8)
3.79 (96.5) 105 0.84 (21.3)
3.77 (96.0) 110 0.82 (20.8)
3.75 (95.5) 115 0.80 (20.3)
3.73 (94.5) 120 0.78 (19.8)

1 Wear Chart: 50

108
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Links (1)
6Y-9261 & 62
9G-8581 & 82

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
3.85 (98.0) 0 1.06 (26.9)
3.83 (97.5) 8 1.04 (26.4)
3.81 (97.0) 16 1.02 (25.9)
3.79 (96.5) 23 1.00 (25.4)
3.77 (96.0) 30 0.98 (24.9)
3.75 (95.5) 37 0.96 (24.4)
3.73 (94.5) 44 0.94 (23.9)
3.71 (94.0) 51 0.92 (23.4)
3.69 (93.5) 58 0.90 (22.9)
3.67 (93.0) 65 0.88 (22.4)
3.65 (92.5) 72 0.86 (21.8)
3.63 (92.0) 79 0.84 (21.3)
3.61 (91.5) 86 0.82 (20.8)
3.59 (91.0) 93 0.80 (20.3)
3.57 (90.5) 100 0.78 (19.8)
3.55 (90.0) 107 0.76 (19.3)
3.53 (89.5) 114 0.74 (18.8)
3.51 (89.0) 121 0.72 (18.3)

1 Wear Chart: 48

109
D4H, D5M, D5N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Bushings (1)
SystemOne Track

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.39 (60.7) 0 0.43 (10.9) 3.04 (77.2)
2.37 (60.2) 6 0.42 (10.7) 3.03 (77.0)
2.35 (59.7) 12 0.41 (10.4) 3.02 (76.7)
2.33 (59.2) 18 0.40 (10.2) 3.01 (76.5)
2.31 (58.7) 24 0.39 (9.9) 3.00 (76.2)
2.29 (58.2) 30 0.38 (9.7) 2.99 (75.9)
2.27 (57.7) 36 0.37 (9.4) 2.98 (75.7)
2.25 (57.2) 42 0.36 (9.1) 2.97 (75.4)
2.23 (56.6) 48 0.35 (8.9) 2.96 (75.2)
2.21 (56.1) 54 0.34 (8.6) 2.95 (74.9)
2.19 (55.6) 60 0.33 (8.4) 2.94 (74.7)
2.17 (55.1) 66 0.32 (8.1) 2.93 (74.4)
2.15 (54.6) 70 0.31 (7.9) 2.92 (74.2)
2.13 (54.1) 73 0.30 (7.6) 2.91 (73.9)
2.11 (53.6) 76 0.29 (7.4) 2.90 (73.7)
2.09 (53.1) 79 0.28 (7.1) 2.89 (73.4)
2.07 (52.6) 82 0.27 (6.9) 2.88 (73.2)
2.05 (52.1) 85 0.26 (6.6) 2.87 (72.9)
2.03 (51.6) 88 0.25 (6.4) 2.86 (72.6)
2.01 (51.1) 91 0.24 (6.1) 2.85 (72.4)
1.99 (50.5) 94 0.23 (5.8) 2.84 (72.1)
1.97 (50.0) 97 0.22 (5.6) 2.83 (71.9)
1.95 (49.5) 100 0.21 (5.3) 2.82 (71.6)
1.93 (49.0) 103 0.20 (5.1) 2.81 (71.4)
1.91 (48.5) 106 0.19 (4.8) 2.80 (71.1)
1.89 (48.0) 109 0.18 (4.6) 2.79 (70.9)
1.87 (47.5) 112 0.17 (4.3) 2.78 (70.6)
1.85 (47.0) 115 0.16 (4.1) 2.77 (70.4)
1.83 (46.5) 118 0.15 (3.8) 2.76 (70.1)
1.81 (46.0) 121 0.14 (3.6) 2.75 (69.9)

1 Wear Chart: 647/648

110
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Bushings (1)
Heavy Duty Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.39 (60.7) 0 0 0.46 (11.7) 2.96 (75.2)
2.37 (60.2) 12 10 0.44 (11.2) 2.94 (74.7)
2.35 (59.7) 24 20 0.42 (10.7) 2.92 (74.2)
2.33 (59.2) 36 30 0.40 (10.2) 2.90 (73.7)
2.31 (58.7) 48 40 0.38 (9.7) 2.88 (73.2)
2.29 (58.2) 58 50 0.36 (9.1) 2.86 (72.6)
2.27 (57.7) 64 56 0.34 (8.6) 2.84 (72.1)
2.25 (57.2) 70 60 0.32 (8.1) 2.82 (71.6)
2.23 (56.6) 76 64 0.30 (7.6) 2.80 (71.1)
2.21 (56.1) 82 68 0.28 (7.1) 2.78 (70.6)
2.19 (55.6) 88 72 0.26 (6.6) 2.76 (70.1)
2.17 (55.1) 94 76 0.24 (6.1) 2.74 (69.6)
2.15 (54.6) 100 80 0.22 (5.6) 2.72 (69.1)
2.13 (54.1) 106 84 0.20 (5.1) 2.70 (68.6)
2.11 (53.6) 112 88 0.18 (4.6) 2.68 (68.1)
2.09 (53.1) 118 92 0.16 (4.1) 2.66 (67.6)
2.07 (52.6) 124 96 0.14 (3.6) 2.64 (67.1)
2.05 (52.1) 100 0.12 (3.0) 2.62 (66.5)
2.03 (51.6) 104 0.10 (2.5) 2.60 (66.0)
2.01 (51.1) 108 0.08 (2.0) 2.58 (65.5)
1.99 (50.5) 112 0.06 (1.5) 2.56 (65.0)
1.97 (50.0) 116 0.04 (1.0) 2.54 (64.5)
1.95 (49.5) 120 0.02 (0.5) 2.52 (64.0)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 643

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Bushings (1)
Rotating Bushing Track

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.39 (60.7) 0 0.47 (11.9) 2.96 (75.2)
2.35 (59.7) 8 0.45 (11.4) 2.94 (74.7)
2.31 (58.7) 16 0.43 (10.9) 2.92 (74.2)
2.27 (57.7) 24 0.41 (10.4) 2.90 (73.7)
2.23 (56.6) 32 0.39 (9.9) 2.88 (73.2)
2.19 (55.6) 40 0.37 (9.4) 2.86 (72.6)
2.15 (54.6) 48 0.35 (8.9) 2.84 (72.1)
2.11 (53.6) 56 0.33 (8.4) 2.82 (71.6)
2.07 (52.6) 60 0.31 (7.9) 2.80 (71.1)
2.03 (51.6) 64 0.29 (7.4) 2.78 (70.6)
1.99 (50.5) 68 0.27 (6.9) 2.76 (70.1)
1.95 (49.5) 72 0.25 (6.3) 2.74 (69.6)
1.91 (48.5) 76 0.23 (5.8) 2.72 (69.1)
1.87 (47.5) 80 0.21 (5.3) 2.70 (68.6)
1.83 (46.5) 84 0.19 (4.8) 2.68 (68.1)
1.79 (45.5) 88 0.17 (4.3) 2.66 (67.6)
1.75 (44.5) 92 0.15 (3.8) 2.64 (67.1)
1.71 (43.4) 96 0.13 (3.3) 2.62 (66.5)
1.67 (42.4) 100 0.11 (2.8) 2.60 (66.0)
1.63 (41.4) 104 0.09 (2.3) 2.58 (65.5)
1.59 (40.4) 108 0.07 (1.8) 2.56 (65.0)
1.55 (39.4) 112 0.05 (1.3) 2.54 (64.5)
1.51 (38.4) 116 0.03 (0.8) 2.52 (64.0)
1.47 (37.3) 120 0.01 (0.3) 2.50 (63.5)

1 Wear Chart: 644/645

112
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track
Large Stepped Bushing

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.39 (60.7) 0 0 0.51 (13.0) 2.88 (73.2)
2.37 (60.2) 10 8 0.49 (12.4) 2.86 (72.6)
2.35 (59.7) 20 16 0.47 (11.9) 2.84 (72.1)
2.33 (59.2) 30 24 0.45 (11.4) 2.82 (71.6)
2.31 (58.7) 40 32 0.43 (10.9) 2.80 (71.1)
2.29 (58.2) 50 40 0.41 (10.4) 2.78 (70.6)
2.27 (57.7) 60 44 0.39 (9.9) 2.76 (70.1)
2.25 (57.2) 68 48 0.37 (9.4) 2.74 (69.6)
2.23 (56.6) 72 52 0.35 (8.9) 2.72 (69.1)
2.21 (56.1) 76 56 0.33 (8.4) 2.70 (68.6)
2.19 (55.6) 80 60 0.31 (7.9) 2.68 (68.1)
2.17 (55.1) 84 64 0.29 (7.4) 2.66 (67.6)
2.15 (54.6) 88 68 0.27 (6.9) 2.64 (67.1)
2.13 (54.1) 92 72 0.25 (6.3) 2.62 (66.5)
2.12 (53.6) 96 76 0.23 (5.8) 2.60 (66.0)
2.09 (53.1) 100 80 0.21 (5.3) 2.58 (65.5)
2.07 (52.6) 104 84 0.19 (4.8) 2.56 (65.0)
2.05 (52.1) 108 88 0.17 (4.3) 2.54 (64.5)
2.03 (51.6) 112 92 0.15 (3.8) 2.52 (64.0)
2.01 (51.1) 116 96 0.13 (3.3) 2.50 (63.5)
1.99 (50.5) 120 100 0.11 (2.8) 2.48 (63.0)
1.97 (50.0) 104 0.09 (2.3) 2.46 (62.5)
1.95 (49.5) 108 0.07 (1.8) 2.44 (62.0)
1.93 (49.0) 112 0.05 (1.3) 2.42 (61.5)
1.91 (48.5) 116 0.03 (0.8) 2.40 (61.0)
1.89 (48.0) 120 0.01 (0.3) 2.38 (60.5)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 646

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track
Small Stepped Bushing

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.23 (56.6) 0 0 0.43 (10.9) 2.80 (71.1)
2.21 (56.1) 12 10 0.41 (10.4) 2.78 (70.6)
2.19 (55.6) 24 20 0.39 (9.9) 2.76 (70.1)
2.17 (55.1) 36 30 0.37 (9.4) 2.74 (69.6)
2.15 (54.6) 48 40 0.35 (8.9) 2.72 (69.1)
2.13 (54.1) 60 50 0.33 (8.4) 2.70 (68.6)
2.11 (53.6) 70 60 0.31 (7.9) 2.68 (68.1)
2.09 (53.1) 76 64 0.29 (7.4) 2.66 (67.6)
2.07 (52.6) 82 68 0.27 (6.9) 2.64 (67.1)
2.05 (52.1) 88 72 0.25 (6.4) 2.62 (66.5)
2.03 (51.6) 94 76 0.23 (5.8) 2.60 (66.0)
2.01 (51.1) 100 80 0.21 (5.3) 2.58 (65.5)
1.99 (50.5) 106 84 0.19 (4.8) 2.56 (65.0)
1.97 (50.0) 112 88 0.17 (4.3) 2.54 (64.5)
1.95 (49.5) 118 92 0.15 (3.8) 2.52 (64.0)
1.93 (49.0) 124 96 0.13 (3.3) 2.50 (63.5)
1.91 (48.5) 100 0.11 (2.8) 2.48 (63.0)
1.89 (48.0) 104 0.09 (2.3) 2.46 (62.5)
1.87 (47.5) 108 0.07 (1.8) 2.44 (62.0)
1.85 (47.0) 112 0.05 (1.3) 2.42 (61.5)
1.83 (46.5) 116 0.03 (0.8) 2.40 (61.0)
1.81 (46.0) 120 0.01 (0.3) 2.38 (60.5)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 642

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
2.25 (57.0) 0 2.75 (69.9)
2.20 (56.0) 4 2.70 (68.6)
2.15 (54.5) 8 2.65 (67.4)
2.10 (53.5) 12 2.60 (66.1)
2.05 (52.0) 16 2.55 (64.8)
2.00 (51.0) 20 2.50 (63.6)
1.95 (49.5) 24 2.45 (62.3)
1.90 (48.5) 28 2.40 (61.0)
1.85 (47.0) 32 2.35 (59.7)
1.80 (45.5) 36 2.30 (58.5)
1.75 (44.5) 40 2.25 (57.2)
1.70 (43.0) 44 2.20 (55.9)
1.65 (42.0) 48 2.15 (54.7)
1.60 (40.5) 52 2.10 (53.4)
1.55 (39.5) 56 2.05 (52.1)
1.50 (38.0) 60 2.00 (50.9)
1.45 (37.0) 64 1.95 (49.6)
1.40 (35.5) 67 1.90 (48.3)
1.35 (34.5) 70 1.85 (47.0)
1.30 (33.0) 73 1.80 (45.8)
1.25 (32.0) 76 1.75 (44.5)
1.20 (30.5) 79 1.70 (43.2)
1.15 (29.0) 82 1.65 (42.0)
1.10 (28.0) 85 1.60 (40.7)
1.05 (26.5) 88 1.55 (39.4)
1.00 (25.5) 91 1.50 (38.2)
0.95 (24.0) 94 1.45 (36.9)
0.90 (23.0) 97 1.40 (35.6)
0.85 (21.5) 100 1.35 (34.3)
0.80 (20.5) 103 1.30 (33.1)
0.75 (19.0) 106 1.25 (31.8)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.20 (30.5)
0.65 (16.5) 112 1.15 (29.3)
0.60 (15.0) 115 1.10 (28.0)
0.55 (14.0) 118 1.05 (26.7)
0.50 (12.5) 121 1.00 (25.5)

1 Wear Chart: 1540

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
1.85 (47.0) 0 2.30 (58.4)
1.80 (45.5) 5 2.25 (57.2)
1.75 (44.5) 10 2.20 (55.9)
1.70 (43.0) 15 2.15 (54.6)
1.65 (42.0) 20 2.10 (53.3)
1.60 (40.5) 25 2.05 (52.1)
1.55 (39.5) 30 2.00 (50.8)
1.50 (38.0) 35 1.95 (49.5)
1.45 (37.0) 40 1.90 (48.3)
1.40 (35.5) 45 1.85 (47.0)
1.35 (34.5) 50 1.80 (45.7)
1.30 (33.0) 55 1.75 (44.5)
1.25 (32.0) 60 1.70 (43.2)
1.20 (30.5) 64 1.65 (41.9)
1.15 (29.0) 68 1.60 (40.6)
1.10 (28.0) 72 1.55 (39.4)
1.05 (26.5) 76 1.50 (38.1)
1.00 (25.5) 80 1.45 (36.8)
0.95 (24.0) 84 1.40 (35.6)
0.90 (23.0) 88 1.35 (34.3)
0.85 (21.5) 92 1.30 (33.0)
0.80 (20.5) 96 1.25 (31.8)
0.75 (19.0) 100 1.20 (30.5)
0.70 (18.0) 104 1.15 (29.2)
0.65 (16.5) 108 1.10 (27.9)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.05 (26.7)
0.55 (14.0) 116 1.00 (25.4)
0.50 (12.5) 120 0.95 (24.1)

1 Wear Chart: 1243

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Self Cleaning

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
3.18 (81.0) 0
3.16 (80.5) 6
3.14 (80.0) 12
3.12 (79.0) 18
3.10 (78.5) 24
3.08 (78.0) 30
3.06 (77.5) 36
3.04 (77.0) 42
3.02 (76.5) 48
3.00 (76.0) 54
2.98 (75.5) 60
2.96 (75.0) 66
2.94 (74.5) 72
2.92 (74.0) 76
2.90 (73.5) 80
2.88 (73.0) 84
2.86 (72.5) 88
2.84 (72.0) 92
2.82 (71.5) 96
2.80 (71.0) 100
2.78 (70.5) 104
2.76 (70.0) 108
2.74 (69.5) 112
2.72 (69.0) 116
2.70 (68.5) 120

1 Wear Chart: 1840

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D4H, D5M, D5N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3)
Center Tread Idler

Ultrasonic, Depth Gauge or Caliper


Inches (mm) % Worn
1.10 (28.0) 0
1.08 (27.5) 5
1.06 (27.0) 10
1.04 (26.5) 15
1.02 (26.0) 20
1.00 (25.5) 25
0.98 (25.0) 30
0.96 (24.5) 34
0.94 (24.0) 37
0.92 (23.5) 40
0.90 (23.0) 43
0.88 (22.5) 46
0.86 (22.0) 49
0.84 (21.5) 52
0.82 (21.0) 55
0.80 (20.5) 58
0.78 (20.0) 61
0.76 (19.5) 64
0.74 (19.0) 67
0.72 (18.5) 70
0.70 (18.0) 73
0.68 (17.5) 76
0.66 (17.0) 79
0.64 (16.5) 82
0.62 (15.5) 85
0.60 (15.0) 88
0.58 (14.5) 91
0.56 (14.0) 94
0.54 (13.5) 97
0.52 (13.0) 100
0.50 (12.5) 103
0.48 (12.0) 106
0.46 (11.5) 109
0.44 (11.0) 112
0.42 (10.5) 115
0.40 (10.0) 118
0.38 (9.5) 121

1 New tread diameter is 21.42 in. (544 mm)


2 For measuring instructions, reference General Information topic Idler Wear Center Tread
Idlers on, page 51.
3 Wear Chart: 4041

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)

Idlers (1) (2) (3) (4)

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
0.78 (20.0) 0
0.80 (20.5) 5
0.82 (21.0) 10
0.84 (21.5) 15
0.86 (22.0) 20
0.88 (22.5) 25
0.90 (23.0) 30
0.92 (23.5) 35
0.94 (24.0) 40
0.96 (24.5) 45
0.98 (25.0) 50
1.00 (25.5) 55
1.02 (26.0) 60
1.04 (26.5) 65
1.06 (27.0) 70
1.08 (27.5) 72
1.10 (28.0) 74
1.12 (28.5) 76
1.14 (29.0) 78
1.16 (29.5) 80
1.18 (30.0) 82
1.20 (30.5) 84
1.22 (31.0) 86
1.24 (31.5) 88
1.26 (32.0) 90
1.28 (32.5) 92
1.30 (33.0) 94
1.32 (33.5) 96
1.34 (34.0) 98
1.36 (34.5) 100
1.38 (35.0) 102
1.40 (35.5) 104
1.42 (36.0) 106
1.44 (36.5) 108
1.46 (37.0) 110
1.48 (37.5) 112
1.50 (38.0) 114
1.52 (38.5) 116
1.54 (39.0) 118
1.56 (39.5) 120

1 Flange width is 2.68 in. (68 mm)


2 New tread diameter, large idler, is 19.69 in. (500 mm)
3 New tread diameter, small idler, is 18.70 in. (475 mm)
4 Wear Chart: 4349

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D4H, D5M, D5N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
SystemOne Track

Caliper Ultrasonic
All One-piece rim
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
6.64 (168.5) 0 1.28 (32.5)
6.58 (167.0) 5 1.25 (31.8)
6.52 (165.5) 10 1.22 (31.0)
6.46 (164.0) 15 1.19 (30.2)
6.40 (162.5) 20 1.16 (29.5)
6.34 (161.0) 25 1.13 (28.7)
6.28 (159.5) 30 1.10 (27.9)
6.22 (158.0) 35 1.07 (27.2)
6.16 (156.5) 40 1.04 (26.4)
6.10 (155.0) 45 1.01 (25.7)
6.04 (153.5) 50 0.98 (24.9)
5.98 (152.0) 55 0.95 (24.1)
5.92 (150.5) 60 0.92 (23.4)
5.86 (149.0) 65 0.89 (22.6)
5.80 (147.5) 70 0.86 (21.8)
5.74 (146.0) 75 0.83 (21.1)
5.68 (144.5) 79 0.80 (20.3)
5.62 (142.5) 82 0.77 (19.6)
5.56 (141.0) 85 0.74 (18.8)
5.50 (139.5) 88 0.71 (18.0)
5.44 (138.0) 91 0.68 (17.3)
5.38 (136.5) 94 0.65 (16.5)
5.32 (135.0) 97 0.62 (15.7)
5.26 (133.5) 100 0.59 (15.0)
5.20 (132.0) 103 0.56 (14.2)
5.14 (130.5) 106 0.53 (13.5)
5.08 (129.0) 109 0.50 (12.7)
5.02 (127.5) 112 0.47 (11.9)
4.96 (126.0) 115 0.44 (11.2)
4.90 (124.5) 118 0.41 (10.4)
4.84 (123.0) 121 0.38 (9.7)

1 Wear Chart: 4640

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in (171.5 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Use with 108-0947 & 48 Heavy Duty and Rotating Bushing Track

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
6.26 (159.0) 0 1.63 (41.4)
6.20 (157.5) 5 1.60 (40.6)
6.14 (156.0) 10 1.57 (39.9)
6.08 (154.5) 15 1.54 (39.1)
6.02 (153.0) 20 1.51 (38.4)
5.96 (151.5) 25 1.48 (37.6)
5.90 (150.0) 30 1.45 (36.8)
5.84 (148.5) 35 1.42 (36.1)
5.78 (147.0) 40 1.39 (35.3)
5.72 (145.5) 45 1.36 (34.5)
5.66 (144.0) 50 1.33 (33.8)
5.60 (142.0) 55 1.30 (33.0)
5.54 (140.5) 60 1.27 (32.3)
5.48 (139.0) 65 1.24 (31.5)
5.42 (137.5) 70 1.21 (30.7)
5.36 (136.0) 75 1.18 (30.0)
5.30 (134.5) 79 1.15 (29.2)
5.24 (133.0) 82 1.12 (28.4)
5.18 (131.5) 85 1.09 (27.7)
5.12 (130.0) 88 1.06 (26.9)
5.06 (128.5) 91 1.03 (26.2)
5.00 (127.0) 94 1.00 (25.4)
4.94 (125.5) 97 0.97 (24.6)
4.88 (124.0) 100 0.94 (23.9)
4.82 (122.5) 103 0.91 (23.1)
4.76 (121.0) 106 0.88 (22.4)
4.70 (119.5) 109 0.85 (21.6)
4.64 (118.0) 112 0.82 (20.8)
4.58 (116.5) 115 0.79 (20.1)
4.52 (115.0) 118 0.76 (19.3)
4.46 (113.5) 121 0.73 (18.5)

1 Wear Chart: 4648

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Use with 6Y Sealed and Lubricated Track

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
6.26 (159.0) 0 1.63 (41.4)
6.20 (157.5) 7 1.60 (40.6)
6.14 (156.0) 14 1.57 (39.9)
6.08 (154.5) 21 1.54 (39.1)
6.02 (153.0) 28 1.51 (38.4)
5.96 (151.5) 35 1.48 (37.6)
5.90 (150.0) 42 1.45 (36.8)
5.84 (148.5) 49 1.42 (36.1)
5.78 (147.0) 56 1.39 (35.3)
5.72 (145.5) 63 1.36 (34.5)
5.66 (144.0) 70 1.33 (33.8)
5.60 (142.0) 77 1.30 (33.0)
5.54 (140.5) 84 1.27 (32.3)
5.48 (139.0) 88 1.24 (31.5)
5.42 (137.5) 92 1.21 (30.7)
5.36 (136.0) 96 1.18 (30.0)
5.30 (134.5) 100 1.15 (29.2)
5.24 (133.0) 104 1.12 (28.4)
5.18 (131.5) 108 1.09 (27.7)
5.12 (130.0) 112 1.06 (26.9)
5.06 (128.5) 116 1.03 (26.2)
5.00 (127.0) 120 1.00 (25.4)

1 Wear Chart: 4647

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D4H, D5M, D5N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
SystemOne Track

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
6.91 (175.5) 0 0.67 (17.0) 1.50 (38.1)
6.87 (174.5) 4 0.69 (17.5) 1.48 (37.6)
6.83 (173.5) 8 0.71 (18.0) 1.46 (37.1)
6.79 (172.5) 12 0.73 (18.5) 1.44 (36.6)
6.75 (171.5) 16 0.75 (19.0) 1.42 (36.1)
6.71 (170.5) 20 0.77 (19.5) 1.40 (35.6)
6.67 (169.5) 24 0.79 (20.0) 1.38 (35.1)
6.63 (168.5) 28 0.81 (20.5) 1.36 (34.5)
6.59 (167.5) 32 0.83 (21.0) 1.34 (34.0)
6.55 (166.5) 36 0.85 (21.5) 1.32 (33.5)
6.51 (165.5) 40 0.87 (22.0) 1.30 (33.0)
6.47 (164.5) 43 0.89 (22.5) 1.28 (32.5)
6.43 (163.5) 46 0.91 (23.0) 1.26 (32.0)
6.39 (162.5) 49 0.93 (23.5) 1.24 (31.5)
6.35 (161.5) 52 0.95 (24.0) 1.22 (31.0)
6.31 (160.5) 55 0.97 (24.5) 1.20 (30.5)
6.27 (159.5) 58 0.99 (25.0) 1.18 (30.0)
6.23 (158.0) 61 1.01 (25.5) 1.16 (29.5)
6.19 (157.0) 64 1.03 (26.0) 1.14 (29.0)
6.15 (156.0) 67 1.05 (26.5) 1.12 (28.4)
6.11 (155.0) 70 1.07 (27.0) 1.10 (27.9)
6.07 (154.0) 73 1.09 (27.5) 1.08 (27.4)
6.03 (153.0) 76 1.11 (28.0) 1.06 (26.9)
5.99 (152.0) 79 1.13 (28.5) 1.04 (26.4)
5.95 (151.0) 82 1.15 (29.0) 1.02 (25.9)
5.91 (150.0) 85 1.17 (29.5) 1.00 (25.4)
5.87 (149.0) 88 1.19 (30.0) 0.98 (24.9)
5.83 (148.0) 91 1.21 (30.5) 0.96 (24.4)
5.79 (147.0) 94 1.23 (31.0) 0.94 (23.9)
5.75 (146.0) 97 1.25 (32.0) 0.92 (23.4)
5.71 (145.0) 100 1.27 (32.5) 0.90 (22.9)
5.67 (144.0) 103 1.29 (33.0) 0.88 (22.4)
5.63 (143.0) 106 1.31 (33.5) 0.86 (21.8)
5.59 (142.0) 109 1.33 (34.0) 0.84 (21.3)
5.55 (141.0) 112 1.35 (34.5) 0.82 (20.8)
5.51 (140.0) 115 1.37 (35.0) 0.80 (20.3)
5.47 (139.0) 118 1.39 (35.5) 0.78 (19.8)
5.43 (138.0) 121 1.41 (36.0) 0.76 (19.3)

1 Flange diameter is 8.25 in. (209.5 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5246

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D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Rollers with End Collars (1) (2)
Use with Heavy Duty or Rotating Bushing Track
108-0947 & 48 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
6.89 (175.0) 0 0.47 (12.0) 1.44 (36.6)
6.85 (174.0) 4 0.49 (12.5) 1.42 (36.1)
6.81 (173.0) 8 0.51 (13.0) 1.40 (35.6)
6.77 (172.0) 12 0.53 (13.5) 1.38 (35.1)
6.73 (171.0) 16 0.55 (14.0) 1.36 (34.5)
6.69 (170.0) 20 0.57 (14.5) 1.34 (34.0)
6.65 (169.0) 24 0.59 (15.0) 1.32 (33.5)
6.61 (168.0) 28 0.61 (15.5) 1.30 (33.0)
6.57 (167.0) 32 0.63 (16.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.53 (166.0) 36 0.65 (16.5) 1.26 (32.0)
6.49 (165.0) 40 0.67 (17.0) 1.24 (31.5)
6.45 (164.0) 43 0.69 (17.5) 1.22 (31.0)
6.41 (163.0) 46 0.71 (18.0) 1.20 (30.5)
6.37 (162.0) 49 0.73 (18.5) 1.18 (30.0)
6.33 (161.0) 52 0.75 (19.0) 1.16 (29.5)
6.29 (160.0) 55 0.77 (19.5) 1.14 (29.0)
6.25 (159.0) 58 0.79 (20.0) 1.12 (28.4)
6.21 (157.5) 61 0.81 (20.5) 1.10 (27.9)
6.17 (156.5) 64 0.83 (21.0) 1.08 (27.4)
6.13 (155.5) 67 0.85 (21.5) 1.06 (26.9)
6.09 (154.5) 70 0.87 (22.0) 1.04 (26.4)
6.05 (153.5) 73 0.89 (22.5) 1.02 (25.9)
6.01 (152.5) 76 0.91 (23.0) 1.00 (25.4)
5.97 (151.5) 79 0.93 (23.5) 0.98 (24.9)
5.93 (150.5) 82 0.95 (24.0) 0.96 (24.4)
5.89 (149.5) 85 0.97 (24.5) 0.94 (23.9)
5.85 (148.5) 88 0.99 (25.0) 0.92 (23.4)
5.81 (147.5) 91 1.01 (25.5) 0.90 (22.9)
5.77 (146.5) 94 1.03 (26.0) 0.88 (22.4)
5.73 (145.5) 97 1.05 (26.5) 0.86 (21.8)
5.69 (144.5) 100 1.07 (27.0) 0.84 (21.3)
5.65 (143.5) 103 1.09 (27.5) 0.82 (20.8)
5.61 (142.5) 106 1.11 (28.0) 0.80 (20.3)
5.57 (141.5) 109 1.13 (28.5) 0.78 (19.8)
5.53 (140.5) 112 1.15 (29.0) 0.76 (19.3)
5.49 (139.5) 115 1.17 (29.5) 0.74 (18.8)
5.45 (138.5) 118 1.19 (30.0) 0.72 (18.3)
5.41 (137.5) 121 1.21 (30.5) 0.70 (17.8)

1 Flange diameter is 7.83 in. (199 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5251

124
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Rollers with End Collars (1) (2)
Use with Sealed & Lubricated Track
6Y-9261 & 62 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
6.89 (175.0) 0 0.47 (12.0) 1.44 (36.6)
6.85 (174.0) 5 0.49 (12.5) 1.42 (36.1)
6.81 (173.0) 10 0.51 (13.0) 1.40 (35.6)
6.77 (172.0) 15 0.53 (13.5) 1.38 (35.1)
6.73 (171.0) 20 0.55 (14.0) 1.36 (34.5)
6.69 (170.0) 25 0.57 (14.5) 1.34 (34.0)
6.65 (169.0) 30 0.59 (15.0) 1.32 (33.5)
6.61 (168.0) 35 0.61 (15.5) 1.30 (33.0)
6.57 (167.0) 40 0.63 (16.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.53 (166.0) 45 0.65 (16.5) 1.26 (32.0)
6.49 (165.0) 50 0.67 (17.0) 1.24 (31.5)
6.45 (164.0) 55 0.69 (17.5) 1.22 (31.0)
6.41 (163.0) 60 0.71 (18.0) 1.20 (30.5)
6.37 (162.0) 64 0.73 (18.5) 1.18 (30.0)
6.33 (161.0) 67 0.75 (19.0) 1.16 (29.5)
6.29 (160.0) 70 0.77 (19.5) 1.14 (29.0)
6.25 (159.0) 73 0.79 (20.0) 1.12 (28.4)
6.21 (157.5) 76 0.81 (20.5) 1.10 (27.9)
6.17 (156.5) 79 0.83 (21.0) 1.08 (27.4)
6.13 (155.5) 82 0.85 (21.5) 1.06 (26.9)
6.09 (154.5) 85 0.87 (22.0) 1.04 (26.4)
6.05 (153.5) 88 0.89 (22.5) 1.02 (25.9)
6.01 (152.5) 91 0.91 (23.0) 1.00 (25.4)
5.97 (151.5) 94 0.93 (23.5) 0.98 (24.9)
5.93 (150.5) 97 0.95 (24.0) 0.96 (24.4)
5.89 (149.5) 100 0.97 (24.5) 0.94 (23.9)
5.85 (148.5) 103 0.99 (25.0) 0.92 (23.4)
5.81 (147.5) 106 1.01 (25.5) 0.90 (22.9)
5.77 (146.5) 109 1.03 (26.0) 0.88 (22.4)
5.73 (145.5) 112 1.05 (26.5) 0.86 (21.8)
5.69 (144.5) 115 1.07 (27.0) 0.84 (21.3)
5.65 (143.5) 118 1.09 (27.5) 0.82 (20.8)
5.61 (142.5) 121 1.11 (28.0) 0.80 (20.3)

1 Flange diameter is 7.83 in. (199 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5244

125
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Tall Flange Track Rollers with End Collars (1) (2)
Tall Flange Double Flange Rollers
Use with Heavy Duty or Rotating Bushing Track
108-0947 & 48 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
6.89 (175.0) 0 0.67 (17.0) 1.44 (36.6)
6.85 (174.0) 6 0.69 (17.5) 1.42 (36.1)
6.81 (173.0) 12 0.71 (18.0) 1.40 (35.6)
6.77 (172.0) 18 0.73 (18.5) 1.38 (35.1)
6.73 (171.0) 24 0.75 (19.0) 1.36 (34.5)
6.69 (170.0) 30 0.77 (19.5) 1.34 (34.0)
6.65 (169.0) 36 0.79 (20.0) 1.32 (33.5)
6.61 (168.0) 42 0.81 (20.5) 1.30 (33.0)
6.57 (167.0) 48 0.83 (21.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.53 (166.0) 54 0.85 (21.5) 1.26 (32.0)
6.49 (165.0) 60 0.87 (22.0) 1.24 (31.5)
6.45 (164.0) 64 0.89 (22.5) 1.22 (31.0)
6.41 (163.0) 68 0.91 (23.0) 1.20 (30.5)
6.37 (162.0) 72 0.93 (23.5) 1.18 (30.0)
6.33 (161.0) 76 0.95 (24.0) 1.16 (29.5)
6.29 (160.0) 80 0.97 (24.5) 1.14 (29.0)
6.25 (159.0) 84 0.99 (25.0) 1.12 (28.4)
6.21 (157.5) 88 1.01 (25.5) 1.10 (27.9)
6.17 (156.5) 92 1.03 (26.0) 1.08 (27.4)
6.13 (155.5) 96 1.05 (26.5) 1.06 (26.9)
6.09 (154.5) 100 1.07 (27.0) 1.04 (26.4)
6.05 (153.5) 104 1.09 (27.5) 1.02 (25.9)
6.01 (152.5) 108 1.11 (28.0) 1.00 (25.4)
5.97 (151.5) 112 1.13 (28.5) 0.98 (24.9)
5.93 (150.5) 116 1.15 (29.0) 0.96 (24.4)
5.89 (149.5) 120 1.17 (29.5) 0.94 (23.9)

1 Flange diameter is 8.23 in. (209 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 6140

126
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Rollers with Retainers (1) (2)
Use with Heavy Duty or Rotating Bushing Track
108-0947 & 48 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
6.89 (175.0) 0 0.47 (12.0) 1.55 (39.4)
6.85 (174.0) 4 0.49 (12.5) 1.53 (38.9)
6.81 (173.0) 8 0.51 (13.0) 1.51 (38.4)
6.77 (172.0) 12 0.53 (13.5) 1.49 (37.8)
6.73 (171.0) 16 0.55 (14.0) 1.47 (37.3)
6.69 (170.0) 20 0.57 (14.5) 1.45 (36.8)
6.65 (169.0) 24 0.59 (15.0) 1.43 (36.3)
6.61 (168.0) 28 0.61 (15.5) 1.41 (35.8)
6.57 (167.0) 32 0.63 (16.0) 1.39 (35.3)
6.53 (166.0) 36 0.65 (16.5) 1.37 (34.8)
6.49 (165.0) 40 0.67 (17.0) 1.35 (34.3)
6.45 (164.0) 43 0.69 (17.5) 1.33 (33.8)
6.41 (163.0) 46 0.71 (18.0) 1.31 (33.3)
6.37 (162.0) 49 0.73 (18.5) 1.29 (32.8)
6.33 (161.0) 52 0.75 (19.0) 1.27 (32.3)
6.29 (160.0) 55 0.77 (19.5) 1.25 (31.8)
6.25 (159.0) 58 0.79 (20.0) 1.23 (31.2)
6.21 (157.5) 61 0.81 (20.5) 1.21 (30.7)
6.17 (156.5) 64 0.83 (21.0) 1.19 (30.2)
6.13 (155.5) 67 0.85 (21.5) 1.17 (29.7)
6.09 (154.5) 70 0.87 (22.0) 1.15 (29.2)
6.05 (153.5) 73 0.89 (22.5) 1.13 (28.7)
6.01 (152.5) 76 0.91 (23.0) 1.11 (28.2)
5.97 (151.5) 79 0.93 (23.5) 1.09 (27.7)
5.93 (150.5) 82 0.95 (24.0) 1.07 (27.2)
5.89 (149.5) 85 0.97 (24.5) 1.05 (26.7)
5.85 (148.5) 88 0.99 (25.0) 1.03 (26.2)
5.81 (147.5) 91 1.01 (25.5) 1.01 (25.7)
5.77 (146.5) 94 1.03 (26.0) 0.99 (25.1)
5.73 (145.5) 97 1.05 (26.5) 0.97 (24.6)
5.69 (144.5) 100 1.07 (27.0) 0.95 (24.1)
5.65 (143.5) 103 1.09 (27.5) 0.93 (23.6)
5.61 (142.5) 106 1.11 (28.0) 0.91 (23.1)
5.57 (141.5) 109 1.13 (28.5) 0.89 (22.6)
5.53 (140.5) 112 1.15 (29.0) 0.87 (22.1)
5.49 (139.5) 115 1.17 (29.5) 0.85 (21.6)
5.45 (138.5) 118 1.19 (30.0) 0.83 (21.1)
5.41 (137.5) 121 1.21 (30.5) 0.81 (20.6)

1 Flange diameter is 7.83 in. (199 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5247

127
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Track Rollers with Retainers (1) (2)
Use with Sealed & Lubricated Track
6Y-9261 & 62 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
6.89 (175.0) 0 0.47 (12.0) 1.55 (39.4)
6.85 (174.0) 4 0.49 (12.5) 1.53 (38.9)
6.81 (173.0) 8 0.51 (13.0) 1.51 (38.4)
6.77 (172.0) 12 0.53 (13.5) 1.49 (37.8)
6.73 (171.0) 16 0.55 (14.0) 1.47 (37.3)
6.69 (170.0) 20 0.57 (14.5) 1.45 (36.8)
6.65 (169.0) 24 0.59 (15.0) 1.43 (36.3)
6.61 (168.0) 28 0.61 (15.5) 1.41 (35.8)
6.57 (167.0) 32 0.63 (16.0) 1.39 (35.3)
6.53 (166.0) 36 0.65 (16.5) 1.37 (34.8)
6.49 (165.0) 40 0.67 (17.0) 1.35 (34.3)
6.45 (164.0) 44 0.69 (17.5) 1.33 (33.8)
6.41 (163.0) 48 0.71 (18.0) 1.31 (33.3)
6.37 (162.0) 52 0.73 (18.5) 1.29 (32.8)
6.33 (161.0) 56 0.75 (19.0) 1.27 (32.3)
6.29 (160.0) 60 0.77 (19.5) 1.25 (31.8)
6.25 (159.0) 64 0.79 (20.0) 1.23 (31.2)
6.21 (157.5) 68 0.81 (20.5) 1.21 (30.7)
6.17 (156.5) 72 0.83 (21.0) 1.19 (30.2)
6.13 (155.5) 76 0.85 (21.5) 1.17 (29.7)
6.09 (154.5) 80 0.87 (22.0) 1.15 (29.2)
6.05 (153.5) 84 0.89 (22.5) 1.13 (28.7)
6.01 (152.5) 88 0.91 (23.0) 1.11 (28.2)
5.97 (151.5) 92 0.93 (23.5) 1.09 (27.7)
5.93 (150.5) 96 0.95 (24.0) 1.07 (27.2)
5.89 (149.5) 100 0.97 (24.5) 1.05 (26.7)
5.85 (148.5) 103 0.99 (25.0) 1.03 (26.2)
5.81 (147.5) 106 1.01 (25.5) 1.01 (25.7)
5.77 (146.5) 109 1.03 (26.0) 0.99 (25.1)
5.73 (145.5) 112 1.05 (26.5) 0.97 (24.6)
5.69 (144.5) 115 1.07 (27.0) 0.95 (24.1)
5.65 (143.5) 118 1.09 (27.5) 0.93 (23.6)
5.61 (142.5) 121 1.11 (28.0) 0.91 (23.1)

1 New flange diameter is 7.83 in. (199 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5248

128
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Use with:
SystemOne Track
Heavy Duty Track
Rotating Bushing Track
Sealed and Lubricated Track with Large Bushings

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
7.50 (190.5) 0
7.45 (189.0) 7
7.40 (188.0) 14
7.35 (186.5) 21
7.30 (185.5) 28
7.25 (184.0) 35
7.20 (183.0) 42
7.15 (181.5) 49
7.10 (180.5) 56
7.05 (179.0) 63
7.00 (178.0) 70
6.95 (176.5) 76
6.90 (175.5) 82
6.85 (174.0) 88
6.80 (172.5) 94
6.75 (171.5) 100
6.70 (171.5) 106
6.65 (169.0) 112
6.60 (167.5) 118
6.55 (166.5) 124

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7041

129
D4H, D5M, D5N, 561H, 561M, 561N - 6.75 in. (171.5 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Use with: Sealed and Lubricated Track with Small Bushings

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
7.60 (193.0) 0
7.55 (192.0) 6
7.50 (190.5) 12
7.45 (189.0) 18
7.40 (188.0) 24
7.35 (186.5) 30
7.30 (185.5) 36
7.25 (184.0) 42
7.20 (183.0) 48
7.15 (181.5) 54
7.10 (180.5) 60
7.05 (179.0) 66
7.00 (178.0) 72
6.95 (176.5) 78
6.90 (175.5) 84
6.85 (174.0) 90
6.80 (172.5) 95
6.75 (171.5) 100
6.70 (170.0) 105
6.65 (169.0) 110
6.60 (167.5) 115
6.55 (166.5) 120

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7040

130
D5H, D6M, D6N - 7.50 in (190 mm)
Track Links (1)
SystemOne Track
235-2501

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
4.78 (121.5) 0 1.45 (36.8)
4.76 (121.0) 5 1.43 (36.3)
4.74 (120.5) 10 1.41 (35.8)
4.72 (120.0) 15 1.39 (35.3)
4.70 (119.5) 20 1.37 (34.8)
4.68 (119.0) 25 1.35 (34.3)
4.66 (118.5) 30 1.33 (33.8)
4.64 (118.0) 35 1.31 (33.3)
4.62 (117.5) 40 1.29 (32.8)
4.60 (117.0) 45 1.27 (32.3)
4.58 (116.5) 50 1.25 (31.8)
4.56 (116.0) 55 1.23 (31.2)
4.54 (115.5) 60 1.21 (30.7)
4.52 (115.0) 65 1.19 (30.2)
4.50 (114.5) 70 1.17 (29.7)
4.48 (114.0) 75 1.15 (29.2)
4.46 (113.5) 80 1.13 (28.7)
4.44 (113.0) 84 1.11 (28.2)
4.42 (112.5) 88 1.09 (27.7)
4.40 (112.0) 92 1.07 (27.2)
4.38 (111.5) 96 1.05 (26.7)
4.36 (110.5) 100 1.03 (26.2)
4.34 (110.0) 104 1.01 (25.7)
4.32 (109.5) 108 0.99 (25.1)
4.30 (109.0) 112 0.97 (24.6)
4.28 (108.5) 116 0.95 (24.1)
4.26 (108.0) 120 0.93 (23.6)

1 Wear Chart: 87

131
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in (190 mm)
Track Links (1)
Heavy Duty Track
Rotating Bushing Track
106-1625 & 26

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
4.68 (119.0) 0 1.53 (38.9)
4.66 (118.5) 5 1.51 (38.4)
4.64 (118.0) 10 1.49 (37.8)
4.62 (117.5) 15 1.47 (37.3)
4.60 (117.0) 20 1.45 (36.8)
4.58 (116.5) 25 1.43 (36.3)
4.56 (116.0) 30 1.41 (35.8)
4.54 (115.5) 35 1.39 (35.3)
4.52 (115.0) 40 1.37 (34.8)
4.50 (114.5) 45 1.35 (34.3)
4.48 (114.0) 50 1.33 (33.8)
4.46 (113.5) 55 1.31 (33.3)
4.44 (113.0) 60 1.29 (32.8)
4.42 (112.5) 65 1.27 (32.3)
4.40 (112.0) 70 1.25 (31.8)
4.38 (111.5) 75 1.23 (31.2)
4.36 (110.5) 80 1.21 (30.7)
4.34 (110.0) 84 1.19 (30.2)
4.32 (109.5) 88 1.17 (29.7)
4.30 (109.0) 92 1.15 (29.2)
4.28 (108.5) 96 1.13 (28.7)
4.26 (108.0) 100 1.11 (28.2)
4.24 (107.5) 104 1.09 (27.7)
4.22 (107.0) 108 1.07 (27.2)
4.20 (106.5) 112 1.05 (26.7)
4.18 (106.0) 116 1.03 (26.2)
4.16 (105.5) 120 1.01 (25.7)

1 Wear Chart: 85

132
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Links (1)
General Duty
417-3595 & 96

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
4.68 (119.0) 0 1.53 (38.9)
4.66 (118.5) 6 1.51 (38.4)
4.64 (118.0) 12 1.49 (37.8)
4.62 (117.5) 18 1.47 (37.3)
4.60 (117.0) 24 1.45 (36.8)
4.58 (116.5) 30 1.43 (36.3)
4.56 (116.0) 36 1.41 (35.8)
4.54 (115.5) 42 1.39 (35.3)
4.52 (115.0) 48 1.37 (34.8)
4.50 (114.5) 54 1.35 (34.3)
4.48 (114.0) 60 1.33 (33.8)
4.46 (113.5) 65 1.31 (33.3)
4.44 (113.0) 68 1.29 (32.8)
4.42 (112.5) 72 1.27 (32.3)
4.40 (112.0) 75 1.25 (31.8)
4.38 (111.5) 79 1.23 (31.2)
4.36 (110.5) 82 1.21 (30.7)
4.34 (110.0) 86 1.19 (30.2)
4.32 (109.5) 89 1.17 (29.7)
4.30 (109.0) 93 1.15 (29.2)
4.28 (108.5) 96 1.13 (28.7)
4.26 (108.0) 100 1.11 (28.2)
4.24 (107.5) 103 1.09 (27.7)
4.22 (107.0) 107 1.07 (27.2)
4.20 (106.5) 110 1.05 (26.7)
4.18 (106.0) 114 1.03 (26.2)
4.16 (105.5) 117 1.01 (25.7)
4.14 (105.0) 121 0.99 (25.1)

1 Wear Chart: 89

133
D5H - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Links (1)
Enhanced SALT Track
229-6909 & 10

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
4.48 (114.0) 0 1.43 (36.3)
4.46 (113.5) 5 1.41 (35.8)
4.44 (113.0) 10 1.39 (35.3)
4.42 (112.5) 15 1.37 (34.8)
4.40 (112.0) 20 1.35 (34.3)
4.38 (111.5) 25 1.33 (33.8)
4.36 (110.5) 30 1.31 (33.3)
4.34 (110.0) 35 1.29 (32.8)
4.32 (109.5) 40 1.27 (32.3)
4.30 (109.0) 45 1.25 (31.8)
4.28 (108.5) 50 1.23 (31.2)
4.26 (108.0) 55 1.21 (30.7)
4.24 (107.5) 60 1.19 (30.2)
4.22 (107.0) 65 1.17 (29.7)
4.20 (106.5) 70 1.15 (29.2)
4.18 (106.0) 75 1.13 (28.7)
4.16 (105.5) 80 1.11 (28.2)
4.14 (105.0) 84 1.09 (27.7)
4.12 (104.5) 88 1.07 (27.2)
4.10 (104.0) 92 1.05 (26.7)
4.08 (103.5) 96 1.03 (26.2)
4.06 (103.0) 100 1.01 (25.7)
4.04 (102.5) 104 0.99 (25.1)
4.02 (102.0) 108 0.97 (24.6)
4.00 (101.5) 112 0.95 (24.1)
3.98 (101.0) 116 0.93 (23.6)
3.96 (100.5) 120 0.91 (23.1)

1 Wear Chart: 86

134
D5H - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Links (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track
3T-8405 & 06
6Y-9267 & 68

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
4.33 (110.0) 0 1.27 (32.3)
4.31 (109.5) 6 1.25 (31.8)
4.29 (109.0) 12 1.23 (31.2)
4.27 (108.5) 18 1.21 (30.7)
4.25 (108.0) 24 1.19 (30.2)
4.23 (107.5) 30 1.17 (29.7)
4.21 (107.0) 36 1.15 (29.2)
4.19 (106.5) 42 1.13 (28.7)
4.17 (106.0) 48 1.11 (28.2)
4.15 (105.5) 54 1.09 (27.7)
4.13 (105.0) 60 1.07 (27.2)
4.11 (104.5) 65 1.05 (26.7)
4.09 (104.0) 70 1.03 (26.2)
4.07 (103.5) 75 1.01 (25.7)
4.05 (103.0) 80 0.99 (25.1)
4.03 (102.5) 85 0.97 (24.6)
4.01 (102.0) 90 0.95 (24.1)
3.99 (101.5) 95 0.93 (23.6)
3.97 (101.0) 100 0.91 (23.1)
3.95 (100.5) 105 0.89 (22.6)
3.93 (100.0) 110 0.87 (22.1)
3.91 (99.5) 115 0.85 (21.6)
3.89 (99.0) 120 0.83 (21.1)

1 Wear Chart: 83

135
D5H, D6M, D6N - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Bushings (1)
SystemOne Track

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.56 (65.0) 0 0.48 (12.2) 3.28 (83.3)
2.54 (64.5) 6 0.47 (11.9) 3.27 (83.1)
2.52 (64.0) 12 0.46 (11.7) 3.26 (82.8)
2.50 (63.5) 18 0.45 (11.4) 3.25 (82.6)
2.48 (63.0) 24 0.44 (11.2) 3.24 (82.3)
2.46 (62.5) 30 0.43 (10.9) 3.23 (82.0)
2.44 (62.0) 36 0.42 (10.7) 3.22 (81.8)
2.42 (61.5) 42 0.41 (10.4) 3.21 (81.5)
2.40 (61.0) 46 0.40 (10.2) 3.20 (81.3)
2.38 (60.5) 49 0.39 (9.9) 3.19 (81.0)
2.36 (59.9) 52 0.38 (9.7) 3.18 (80.8)
2.34 (59.4) 55 0.37 (9.4) 3.17 (80.5)
2.32 (58.9) 58 0.36 (9.1) 3.16 (80.3)
2.30 (58.4) 61 0.35 (8.9) 3.15 (80.0)
2.28 (57.9) 64 0.34 (8.6) 3.14 (79.8)
2.26 (57.4) 67 0.33 (8.4) 3.13 (79.5)
2.24 (56.9) 70 0.32 (8.1) 3.12 (79.2)
2.22 (56.4) 73 0.31 (7.9) 3.11 (79.0)
2.20 (55.9) 76 0.30 (7.6) 3.10 (78.7)
2.18 (55.4) 79 0.29 (7.4) 3.09 (78.5)
2.16 (54.9) 82 0.28 (7.1) 3.08 (78.2)
2.14 (54.4) 85 0.27 (6.9) 3.07 (78.0)
2.12 (53.8) 88 0.26 (6.6) 3.06 (77.7)
2.10 (53.3) 91 0.25 (6.3) 3.05 (77.5)
2.08 (52.8) 94 0.24 (6.1) 3.04 (77.2)
2.06 (52.3) 97 0.23 (5.8) 3.03 (77.0)
2.04 (51.8) 100 0.22 (5.6) 3.02 (76.7)
2.02 (51.3) 103 0.21 (5.3) 3.01 (76.5)
2.00 (50.8) 106 0.20 (5.1) 3.00 (76.2)
1.98 (50.3) 109 0.19 (4.8) 2.99 (75.9)
1.96 (49.8) 112 0.18 (4.6) 2.98 (75.7)
1.94 (49.3) 115 0.17 (4.3) 2.97 (75.4)
1.92 (48.8) 118 0.16 (4.1) 2.96 (75.2)
1.90 (48.3) 121 0.15 (3.8) 2.95 (74.9)

1 Wear Chart: 685/686

136
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Bushings (1)
Heavy Duty Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.56 (65.0) 0 0 0.51 (13.0) 3.19 (81.0)
2.54 (64.5) 10 8 0.49 (12.4) 3.17 (80.5)
2.52 (64.0) 20 16 0.47 (11.9) 3.15 (80.0)
2.50 (63.5) 30 24 0.45 (11.4) 3.13 (79.5)
2.48 (63.0) 40 32 0.43 (10.9) 3.11 (79.0)
2.46 (62.5) 50 40 0.41 (10.4) 3.09 (78.5)
2.44 (62.0) 60 48 0.39 (9.9) 3.07 (78.0)
2.42 (61.5) 70 52 0.37 (9.4) 3.05 (77.5)
2.40 (61.0) 76 56 0.35 (8.9) 3.03 (77.0)
2.38 (60.5) 80 60 0.33 (8.4) 3.01 (76.5)
2.36 (59.9) 84 64 0.31 (7.9) 2.99 (75.9)
2.34 (59.4) 88 68 0.29 (7.4) 2.97 (75.4)
2.32 (58.9) 92 72 0.27 (6.9) 2.95 (74.9)
2.30 (58.4) 96 76 0.25 (6.3) 2.93 (74.4)
2.28 (57.9) 100 80 0.23 (5.8) 2.91 (73.9)
2.26 (57.4) 104 84 0.21 (5.3) 2.89 (73.4)
2.24 (56.9) 108 88 0.19 (4.8) 2.87 (72.9)
2.22 (56.4) 112 92 0.17 (4.3) 2.85 (72.4)
2.20 (55.9) 116 96 0.15 (3.8) 2.83 (71.9)
2.18 (55.4) 120 100 0.13 (3.3) 2.81 (71.4)
2.16 (54.9) 104 0.11 (2.8) 2.79 (70.9)
2.14 (54.4) 108 0.09 (2.3) 2.77 (70.4)
2.12 (53.8) 112 0.07 (1.8) 2.75 (69.9)
2.10 (53.3) 116 0.05 (1.3) 2.73 (69.3)
2.08 (52.8) 120 0.03 (0.8) 2.71 (68.8)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 682

137
D5H, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Bushings (1)
Rotating Bushing Track

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.56 (65.0) 0 0.52 (13.2) 3.19 (81.0)
2.52 (64.0) 8 0.50 (12.7) 3.17 (80.5)
2.48 (63.0) 16 0.48 (12.2) 3.15 (80.0)
2.44 (62.0) 24 0.46 (11.7) 3.13 (79.5)
2.40 (61.0) 32 0.44 (11.2) 3.11 (79.0)
2.36 (59.9) 40 0.42 (10.7) 3.09 (78.5)
2.32 (58.9) 44 0.40 (10.2) 3.07 (78.0)
2.28 (57.9) 48 0.38 (9.7) 3.05 (77.5)
2.24 (56.9) 52 0.36 (9.1) 3.03 (77.0)
2.20 (55.9) 56 0.34 (8.6) 3.01 (76.5)
2.16 (54.9) 60 0.32 (8.1) 2.99 (75.9)
2.12 (53.8) 64 0.30 (7.6) 2.97 (75.4)
2.08 (52.8) 68 0.28 (7.1) 2.95 (74.9)
2.04 (51.8) 72 0.26 (6.6) 2.93 (74.4)
2.00 (50.8) 76 0.24 (6.1) 2.91 (73.9)
1.96 (49.8) 80 0.22 (5.6) 2.89 (73.4)
1.92 (48.8) 84 0.20 (5.1) 2.87 (72.9)
1.88 (47.8) 88 0.18 (4.6) 2.85 (72.4)
1.84 (46.7) 92 0.16 (4.1) 2.83 (71.9)
1.80 (45.7) 96 0.14 (3.6) 2.81 (71.4)
1.76 (44.7) 100 0.12 (3.0) 2.79 (70.9)
1.72 (43.7) 104 0.10 (2.5) 2.77 (70.4)
1.68 (42.7) 108 0.08 (2.0) 2.75 (69.9)
1.64 (41.7) 112 0.06 (1.5) 2.73 (69.3)
1.60 (40.6) 116 0.04 (1.0) 2.71 (68.8)
1.56 (39.6) 120 0.02 (0.5) 2.69 (68.3)

1 Wear Chart: 683/684

138
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Bushings (1)
General Duty

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.56 (65.0) 0 0.51 (13.0) 3.19 (81.0)
2.54 (64.5) 10 0.49 (12.4) 3.17 (80.5)
2.52 (64.0) 20 0.47 (11.9) 3.15 (80.0)
2.50 (63.5) 30 0.45 (11.4) 3.13 (79.5)
2.48 (63.0) 40 0.43 (10.9) 3.11 (79.0)
2.46 (62.5) 50 0.41 (10.4) 3.09 (78.5)
2.44 (62.0) 60 0.39 (9.9) 3.07 (78.0)
2.42 (61.5) 64 0.37 (9.4) 3.05 (77.5)
2.40 (61.0) 67 0.35 (8.9) 3.03 (77.0)
2.38 (60.5) 70 0.33 (8.4) 3.01 (76.5)
2.36 (59.9) 73 0.31 (7.9) 2.99 (75.9)
2.34 (59.4) 76 0.29 (7.4) 2.97 (75.4)
2.32 (58.9) 79 0.27 (6.9) 2.95 (74.9)
2.30 (58.4) 82 0.25 (6.3) 2.93 (74.4)
2.28 (57.9) 85 0.23 (5.8) 2.91 (73.9)
2.26 (57.4) 88 0.21 (5.3) 2.89 (73.4)
2.24 (56.9) 91 0.19 (4.8) 2.87 (72.9)
2.22 (56.4) 94 0.17 (4.3) 2.85 (72.4)
2.20 (55.9) 97 0.15 (3.8) 2.83 (71.9)
2.18 (55.4) 100 0.13 (3.3) 2.81 (71.4)
2.16 (54.9) 103 0.11 (2.8) 2.79 (70.9)
2.14 (54.4) 106 0.09 (2.3) 2.77 (70.4)
2.12 (53.8) 109 0.07 (1.8) 2.75 (69.9)
2.10 (53.3) 112 0.05 (1.3) 2.73 (69.3)
2.08 (52.8) 115 0.03 (0.8) 2.71 (68.8)
2.06 (52.3) 118 0.01 (0.3) 2.69 (68.3)

1 Wear Chart: 689

139
D5H, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed and Lubricated Track
Enhanced SALT Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.53 (64.3) 0 0 0.52 (13.2) 3.11 (79.0)
2.51 (63.8) 10 8 0.50 (12.7) 3.09 (78.5)
2.49 (63.2) 20 16 0.48 (12.2) 3.07 (78.0)
2.47 (62.7) 30 24 0.46 (11.7) 3.05 (77.5)
2.45 (62.2) 40 32 0.44 (11.2) 3.03 (77.0)
2.43 (61.7) 50 40 0.42 (10.7) 3.01 (76.5)
2.41 (61.2) 60 44 0.40 (10.2) 2.99 (75.9)
2.39 (60.7) 68 48 0.38 (9.7) 2.97 (75.4)
2.37 (60.2) 72 52 0.36 (9.1) 2.95 (74.9)
2.35 (59.7) 76 56 0.34 (8.6) 2.93 (74.4)
2.33 (59.2) 80 60 0.32 (8.1) 2.91 (73.9)
2.31 (58.7) 84 64 0.30 (7.6) 2.89 (73.4)
2.29 (58.2) 88 68 0.28 (7.1) 2.87 (72.9)
2.27 (57.7) 92 72 0.26 (6.6) 2.85 (72.4)
2.25 (57.2) 96 76 0.24 (6.1) 2.83 (71.9)
2.23 (56.6) 100 80 0.22 (5.6) 2.81 (71.4)
2.21 (56.1) 104 84 0.20 (5.1) 2.79 (70.9)
2.19 (55.6) 108 88 0.18 (4.6) 2.77 (70.4)
2.17 (55.1) 112 92 0.16 (4.1) 2.75 (69.9)
2.15 (54.6) 116 96 0.14 (3.6) 2.73 (69.3)
2.13 (54.1) 120 100 0.12 (3.0) 2.71 (68.8)
2.11 (53.6) 104 0.10 (2.5) 2.69 (68.3)
2.09 (53.1) 108 0.08 (2.0) 2.67 (67.8)
2.07 (52.6) 112 0.06 (1.5) 2.65 (67.3)
2.05 (52.1) 116 0.04 (1.0) 2.63 (66.8)
2.03 (51.6) 120 0.02 (0.5) 2.61 (66.3)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 681

140
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
2.55 65.0 0 3.15 80.0
2.45 62.0 6 3.05 77.5
2.35 59.5 12 2.95 74.9
2.25 57.0 18 2.85 72.4
2.15 54.5 24 2.75 69.9
2.05 52.0 30 2.65 67.3
1.95 49.5 36 2.55 64.8
1.85 47.0 42 2.45 62.2
1.75 44.5 48 2.35 59.7
1.65 42.0 54 2.25 57.2
1.55 39.5 60 2.15 54.6
1.45 37.0 66 2.05 52.1
1.35 34.5 72 1.95 49.5
1.25 32.0 78 1.85 47.0
1.15 29.0 84 1.75 44.5
1.05 26.5 90 1.65 41.9
0.95 24.0 95 1.55 39.4
0.85 21.5 100 1.45 36.8
0.75 19.0 105 1.35 34.3
0.65 16.5 110 1.25 31.8
0.55 14.0 115 1.15 29.2
0.45 11.5 120 1.05 26.7

1 Wear Chart: 1580

141
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service
Genuine & General Duty

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
2.25 (57.0) 0 2.75 (69.9)
2.20 (56.0) 4 2.70 (68.6)
2.15 (54.5) 8 2.65 (67.3)
2.10 (53.5) 12 2.60 (66.0)
2.05 (52.0) 16 2.55 (64.8)
2.00 (51.0) 20 2.50 (63.5)
1.95 (49.5) 24 2.45 (62.2)
1.90 (48.5) 28 2.40 (61.0)
1.85 (47.0) 31 2.35 (59.7)
1.80 (45.5) 34 2.30 (58.4)
1.75 (44.5) 37 2.25 (57.2)
1.70 (43.0) 40 2.20 (55.9)
1.65 (42.0) 43 2.15 (54.6)
1.60 (40.5) 46 2.10 (53.3)
1.55 (39.5) 49 2.05 (52.1)
1.50 (38.0) 52 2.00 (50.8)
1.45 (37.0) 55 1.95 (49.5)
1.40 (35.5) 58 1.90 (48.3)
1.35 (34.5) 61 1.85 (47.0)
1.30 (33.0) 64 1.80 (45.7)
1.25 (32.0) 67 1.75 (44.5)
1.20 (30.5) 70 1.70 (43.2)
1.15 (29.0) 73 1.65 (41.9)
1.10 (28.0) 76 1.60 (40.6)
1.05 (26.5) 79 1.55 (39.4)
1.00 (25.5) 82 1.50 (38.1)
0.95 (24.0) 85 1.45 (36.8)
0.90 (23.0) 88 1.40 (35.6)
0.85 (21.5) 91 1.35 (34.3)
0.80 (20.5) 94 1.30 (33.0)
0.75 (19.0) 97 1.25 (31.8)
0.70 (18.0) 100 1.20 (30.5)
0.65 (16.5) 103 1.15 (29.2)
0.60 (15.0) 106 1.10 (27.9)
0.55 (14.0) 109 1.05 (26.7)
0.50 (12.5) 112 1.00 (25.4)
0.45 (11.5) 115 0.95 (24.1)
0.40 (10.0) 118 0.90 (22.9)
0.35 (9.0) 121 0.85 (21.6)

1 Wear Chart: 1280

142
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Self Cleaning

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
3.14 (80.0) 0
3.12 (79.0) 4
3.10 (78.5) 8
3.08 (78.0) 12
3.06 (77.5) 16
3.04 (77.0) 20
3.02 (76.5) 24
3.00 (76.0) 28
2.98 (75.5) 32
2.96 (75.0) 36
2.94 (74.5) 40
2.92 (74.0) 44
2.90 (73.5) 48
2.88 (73.0) 52
2.86 (72.5) 55
2.84 (72.0) 58
2.82 (71.5) 61
2.80 (71.0) 64
2.78 (70.5) 67
2.76 (70.0) 70
2.74 (69.5) 73
2.72 (69.0) 76
2.70 (68.5) 79
2.68 (68.0) 82
2.66 (67.5) 85
2.64 (67.0) 88
2.62 (66.5) 91
2.60 (66.0) 94
2.58 (65.5) 97
2.56 (65.0) 100
2.54 (64.5) 103
2.52 (64.0) 106
2.50 (63.5) 109
2.48 (63.0) 112
2.46 (62.5) 115
2.44 (62.0) 118
2.42 (61.5) 121

1 Wear Chart: 1880

143
D5H, D6M, D6N - 7.50 in. (190 mm)

Idlers (1) (2) (3)


Relieved Tread Idler Center Tread Idler

Depth Gauge, Ultrasonic (CTI only) or Caliper


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
1.96 (50.0) 0 1.10 (28.0)
1.94 (49.5) 4 1.08 (27.5)
1.92 (49.0) 8 1.06 (27.0)
1.90 (48.5) 12 1.04 (26.5)
1.88 (48.0) 16 1.02 (26.0)
1.86 (47.0) 20 1.00 (25.5)
1.84 (46.5) 24 0.98 (25.0)
1.82 (46.0) 28 0.96 (24.5)
1.80 (45.5) 32 0.94 (24.0)
1.78 (45.0) 36 0.92 (23.5)
1.76 (44.5) 40 0.90 (23.0)
1.74 (44.0) 44 0.88 (22.5)
1.72 (43.5) 48 0.86 (22.0)
1.70 (43.0) 52 0.84 (21.5)
1.68 (42.5) 55 0.82 (21.0)
1.66 (42.0) 58 0.80 (20.5)
1.64 (41.5) 61 0.78 (20.0)
1.62 (41.0) 64 0.76 (19.5)
1.60 (40.5) 67 0.74 (19.0)
1.58 (40.0) 70 0.72 (18.5)
1.56 (39.5) 73 0.70 (18.0)
1.54 (39.0) 76 0.68 (17.5)
1.52 (38.5) 79 0.66 (17.0)
1.50 (38.0) 82 0.64 (16.5)
1.48 (37.5) 85 0.62 (15.5)
1.46 (37.0) 88 0.60 (15.0)
1.44 (36.5) 91 0.58 (14.5)
1.42 (36.0) 94 0.56 (14.0)
1.40 (35.5) 97 0.54 (13.5)
1.38 (35.0) 100 0.52 (13.0)
1.36 (34.5) 103 0.50 (12.5)
1.34 (34.0) 106 0.48 (12.0)
1.32 (33.5) 109 0.46 (11.5)
1.30 (33.0) 112 0.44 (11.0)
1.28 (32.5) 115 0.42 (10.5)
1.26 (32.0) 118 0.40 (10.0)
1.24 (31.5) 121 0.38 (9.5)

1 New tread diameter: RTI is 23.50 in. (597 mm); CTI is 24.45 in. (621 mm)
2 For measuring instructions, reference General Information topic Idler Wear Center Tread
Idlers and Relieved Center Tread Idlers on, page 51.
3 Wear Chart: 4080

144
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3)
Extended Life Idler
Genuine & General Duty

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic Center Flange Wear


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
0.94 (24.0) 0 0.40 (10.2) 0.00 (0.0)
0.96 (24.5) 4 0.38 (9.7) 0.02 (0.5)
0.98 (25.0) 8 0.36 (9.1) 0.04 (1.0)
1.00 (25.5) 12 0.34 (8.6) 0.06 (1.5)
1.02 (26.0) 16 0.32 (8.1) 0.08 (2.0)
1.04 (26.5) 20 0.30 (7.6) 0.10 (2.5)
1.06 (27.0) 24 0.28 (7.1) 0.12 (3.0)
1.08 (27.5) 28 0.26 (6.6) 0.14 (3.5)
1.10 (28.0) 32 0.24 (6.1) 0.16 (4.0)
1.12 (28.5) 36 0.22 (5.6) 0.18 (4.5)
1.14 (29.0) 40 0.20 (5.1) 0.20 (5.0)
1.16 (29.5) 44 0.18 (4.6) 0.22 (5.5)
1.18 (30.0) 48 0.16 (4.1) 0.24 (6.0)
1.20 (30.5) 52 0.14 (3.6) 0.26 (6.5)
1.22 (31.0) 56 0.12 (3.0) 0.28 (7.0)
1.24 (31.5) 60 0.10 (2.5) 0.30 (7.5)
1.26 (32.0) 64 0.08 (2.0) 0.32 (8.0)
1.28 (32.5) 68 0.06 (1.5) 0.34 (8.5)
1.30 (33.0) 72 0.04 (1.0) 0.36 (9.0)
1.32 (33.5) 76 0.02 (0.5) 0.38 (9.5)
1.34 (34.0) 78
1.36 (34.5) 80
1.38 (35.0) 82 NOTE
1.40 (35.5) 84 Ultrasonic measurement is to determine
1.42 (36.0) 86
flange wear only.
1.44 (36.5) 88
1.46 (37.0) 90
1.48 (37.5) 92
1.50 (38.0) 94
1.52 (38.5) 96
1.54 (39.0) 98
1.56 (39.5) 100
1.58 (40.0) 102
1.60 (40.5) 104
1.62 (41.0) 106
1.64 (41.5) 108
1.66 (42.0) 110
1.68 (42.5) 112
1.70 (43.0) 114
1.72 (43.5) 116
1.74 (44.0) 118
1.76 (44.5) 120

1 Flange width is 3.31 in. (84 mm)


2 New tread diameter is 21.26 in. (540 mm)
3 Wear Chart: 4385

145
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N - 7.50 in (190 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
SystemOne type - Permanently Sealed
Current - Now used with all track types

Caliper Ultrasonic
All One-piece rim
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
7.16 182.0 0 1.96 49.8
7.10 180.5 4 1.93 49.0
7.04 179.0 8 1.90 48.3
6.98 177.5 12 1.87 47.5
6.92 176.0 16 1.84 46.7
6.86 174.0 20 1.81 46.0
6.80 172.5 24 1.78 45.2
6.74 171.0 28 1.75 44.5
6.68 169.5 32 1.72 43.7
6.62 168.0 36 1.69 42.9
6.56 166.5 40 1.66 42.2
6.50 165.0 44 1.63 41.4
6.44 163.5 48 1.60 40.6
6.38 162.0 52 1.57 39.9
6.32 160.5 56 1.54 39.1
6.26 159.0 60 1.51 38.4
6.20 157.5 64 1.48 37.6
6.14 156.0 68 1.45 36.8
6.08 154.5 72 1.42 36.1
6.02 153.0 76 1.39 35.3
5.96 151.5 80 1.36 34.5
5.90 150.0 84 1.33 33.8
5.84 148.5 88 1.30 33.0
5.78 147.0 91 1.27 32.3
5.72 145.5 94 1.24 31.5
5.66 144.0 97 1.21 30.7
5.60 142.0 100 1.18 30.0
5.54 140.5 103 1.15 29.2
5.48 139.0 106 1.12 28.4
5.42 137.5 109 1.09 27.7
5.36 136.0 112 1.06 26.9
5.30 134.5 115 1.03 26.2
5.24 133.0 118 1.00 25.4
5.18 131.5 121 0.97 24.6

1 Wear Chart: 4684

146
D5H, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Former - Bolt-On End Cover type

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
6.75 (171.5) 0 1.55 (39.4)
6.67 (169.5) 6 1.51 (38.4)
6.59 (167.5) 12 1.47 (37.3)
6.51 (165.5) 18 1.43 (36.3)
6.43 (163.5) 24 1.39 (35.3)
6.35 (161.5) 30 1.35 (34.3)
6.27 (159.5) 36 1.31 (33.3)
6.19 (157.0) 42 1.27 (32.3)
6.11 (155.0) 48 1.23 (31.2)
6.03 (153.0) 54 1.19 (30.2)
5.95 (151.0) 60 1.15 (29.2)
5.87 (149.0) 66 1.11 (28.2)
5.79 (147.0) 72 1.07 (27.2)
5.71 (145.0) 76 1.03 (26.2)
5.63 (143.0) 80 0.99 (25.1)
5.55 (141.0) 84 0.95 (24.1)
5.47 (139.0) 88 0.91 (23.1)
5.39 (137.0) 92 0.87 (22.1)
5.31 (135.0) 96 0.83 (21.1)
5.23 (133.0) 100 0.79 (20.1)
5.15 (131.0) 104 0.75 (19.1)
5.07 (129.0) 108 0.71 (18.0)
4.99 (126.5) 112 0.67 (17.0)
4.91 (124.5) 116 0.63 (16.0)
4.83 (122.5) 120 0.59 (15.0)

1 Wear Chart: 4683

147
D5H, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Use with 3T Sealed and Lubricated and Enhanced SALT Track

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
6.75 (171.5) 0 1.55 (39.4)
6.71 (170.5) 4 1.53 (38.9)
6.67 (169.5) 8 1.51 (38.4)
6.63 (168.5) 12 1.49 (37.8)
6.59 (167.5) 16 1.47 (37.3)
6.55 (166.5) 20 1.45 (36.8)
6.51 (165.5) 24 1.43 (36.3)
6.47 (164.5) 28 1.41 (35.8)
6.43 (163.5) 32 1.39 (35.3)
6.39 (162.5) 36 1.37 (34.8)
6.35 (161.5) 40 1.35 (34.3)
6.31 (160.5) 44 1.33 (33.8)
6.27 (159.5) 48 1.31 (33.3)
6.23 (158.0) 52 1.29 (32.8)
6.19 (157.0) 56 1.27 (32.3)
6.15 (156.0) 60 1.25 (31.8)
6.11 (155.0) 64 1.23 (31.2)
6.07 (154.0) 68 1.21 (30.7)
6.03 (153.0) 72 1.19 (30.2)
5.99 (152.0) 76 1.17 (29.7)
5.95 (151.0) 79 1.15 (29.2)
5.91 (150.0) 82 1.13 (28.7)
5.87 (149.0) 85 1.11 (28.2)
5.83 (148.0) 88 1.09 (27.7)
5.79 (147.0) 91 1.07 (27.2)
5.75 (146.0) 94 1.05 (26.7)
5.71 (145.0) 97 1.03 (26.2)
5.67 (144.0) 100 1.01 (25.7)
5.63 (143.0) 103 0.99 (25.1)
5.59 (142.0) 106 0.97 (24.6)
5.55 (141.0) 109 0.95 (24.1)
5.51 (140.0) 112 0.93 (23.6)
5.47 (139.0) 115 0.91 (23.1)
5.43 (138.0) 118 0.89 (22.6)
5.39 (137.0) 121 0.87 (22.1)

1 Wear Chart: 4680

148
D5H, D6M, D6N - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
SystemOne Track

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
7.77 (197.5) 0 0.83 (21.0) 1.76 (44.7)
7.71 (196.0) 5 0.86 (22.0) 1.73 (43.9)
7.65 (194.5) 10 0.89 (22.5) 1.70 (43.2)
7.59 (193.0) 15 0.92 (23.5) 1.67 (42.4)
7.53 (191.5) 20 0.95 (24.0) 1.64 (41.7)
7.47 (189.5) 25 0.98 (25.0) 1.61 (40.9)
7.41 (188.0) 30 1.01 (25.5) 1.58 (40.1)
7.35 (186.5) 35 1.04 (26.5) 1.55 (39.4)
7.29 (185.0) 40 1.07 (27.0) 1.52 (38.6)
7.23 (183.5) 44 1.10 (28.0) 1.49 (37.8)
7.17 (182.0) 48 1.13 (28.5) 1.46 (37.1)
7.11 (180.5) 52 1.16 (29.5) 1.43 (36.3)
7.05 (179.0) 56 1.19 (30.0) 1.40 (35.6)
6.99 (177.5) 60 1.22 (31.0) 1.37 (34.8)
6.93 (176.0) 64 1.25 (32.0) 1.34 (34.0)
6.87 (174.5) 68 1.28 (32.5) 1.31 (33.3)
6.81 (173.0) 72 1.31 (33.5) 1.28 (32.5)
6.75 (171.5) 76 1.34 (34.0) 1.25 (31.8)
6.69 (170.0) 80 1.37 (35.0) 1.22 (31.0)
6.63 (168.5) 84 1.40 (35.5) 1.19 (30.2)
6.57 (167.0) 88 1.43 (36.5) 1.16 (29.5)
6.51 (165.5) 92 1.46 (37.0) 1.13 (28.7)
6.45 (164.0) 96 1.49 (38.0) 1.10 (27.9)
6.39 (162.5) 100 1.52 (38.5) 1.07 (27.2)
6.33 (161.0) 104 1.55 (39.5) 1.04 (26.4)
6.27 (159.5) 108 1.58 (40.0) 1.01 (25.7)
6.21 (157.5) 112 1.61 (41.0) 0.98 (24.9)
6.15 (156.0) 116 1.64 (41.5) 0.95 (24.1)
6.09 (154.5) 120 1.67 (42.5) 0.92 (23.4)

1 Flange diameter is 9.45 in. (240 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5288

149
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Rollers with End Collars (1) (2)
Standardized Rollers

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
7.77 (197.5) 0 0.59 (15.0) 1.76 (44.7)
7.71 (196.0) 5 0.62 (15.5) 1.73 (43.9)
7.65 (194.5) 10 0.65 (16.5) 1.70 (43.2)
7.59 (193.0) 15 0.68 (17.5) 1.67 (42.4)
7.53 (191.5) 20 0.71 (18.0) 1.64 (41.7)
7.47 (189.5) 25 0.74 (19.0) 1.61 (40.9)
7.41 (188.0) 30 0.77 (19.5) 1.58 (40.1)
7.35 (186.5) 35 0.80 (20.5) 1.55 (39.4)
7.29 (185.0) 40 0.83 (21.0) 1.52 (38.6)
7.23 (183.5) 44 0.86 (22.0) 1.49 (37.8)
7.17 (182.0) 48 0.89 (22.5) 1.46 (37.1)
7.11 (180.5) 52 0.92 (23.5) 1.43 (36.3)
7.05 (179.0) 56 0.95 (24.0) 1.40 (35.6)
6.99 (177.5) 60 0.98 (25.0) 1.37 (34.8)
6.93 (176.0) 64 1.01 (25.5) 1.34 (34.0)
6.87 (174.5) 68 1.04 (26.5) 1.31 (33.3)
6.81 (173.0) 72 1.07 (27.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.75 (171.5) 76 1.10 (28.0) 1.25 (31.8)
6.69 (170.0) 80 1.13 (28.5) 1.22 (31.0)
6.63 (168.5) 84 1.16 (29.5) 1.19 (30.2)
6.57 (167.0) 88 1.19 (30.0) 1.16 (29.5)
6.51 (165.5) 92 1.22 (31.0) 1.13 (28.7)
6.45 (164.0) 96 1.25 (32.0) 1.10 (27.9)
6.39 (162.5) 100 1.28 (32.5) 1.07 (27.2)
6.33 (161.0) 104 1.31 (33.5) 1.04 (26.4)
6.27 (159.5) 108 1.34 (34.0) 1.01 (25.7)
6.21 (157.5) 112 1.37 (35.0) 0.98 (24.9)
6.15 (156.0) 116 1.40 (35.5) 0.95 (24.1)
6.09 (154.5) 120 1.43 (36.5) 0.92 (23.4)

1 Flange diameter is 8.94 in. (227 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5291

150
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Rollers with End Collars (1) (2)
General Duty

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
7.77 (197.5) 0 0.59 (15.0) 1.76 (44.7)
7.71 (196.0) 6 0.62 (15.5) 1.73 (43.9)
7.65 (194.5) 12 0.65 (16.5) 1.70 (43.2)
7.59 (193.0) 18 0.68 (17.5) 1.67 (42.4)
7.53 (191.5) 24 0.71 (18.0) 1.64 (41.7)
7.47 (189.5) 30 0.74 (19.0) 1.61 (40.9)
7.41 (188.0) 36 0.77 (19.5) 1.58 (40.1)
7.35 (186.5) 42 0.80 (20.5) 1.55 (39.4)
7.29 (185.0) 48 0.83 (21.0) 1.52 (38.6)
7.23 (183.5) 54 0.86 (22.0) 1.49 (37.8)
7.17 (182.0) 60 0.89 (22.5) 1.46 (37.1)
7.11 (180.5) 64 0.92 (23.5) 1.43 (36.3)
7.05 (179.0) 67 0.95 (24.0) 1.40 (35.6)
6.99 (177.5) 70 0.98 (25.0) 1.37 (34.8)
6.93 (176.0) 73 1.01 (25.5) 1.34 (34.0)
6.87 (174.5) 76 1.04 (26.5) 1.31 (33.3)
6.81 (173.0) 79 1.07 (27.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.75 (171.5) 82 1.10 (28.0) 1.25 (31.8)
6.69 (170.0) 85 1.13 (28.5) 1.22 (31.0)
6.63 (168.5) 88 1.16 (29.5) 1.19 (30.2)
6.57 (167.0) 91 1.19 (30.0) 1.16 (29.5)
6.51 (165.5) 94 1.22 (31.0) 1.13 (28.7)
6.45 (164.0) 97 1.25 (32.0) 1.10 (27.9)
6.39 (162.5) 100 1.28 (32.5) 1.07 (27.2)
6.33 (161.0) 103 1.31 (33.5) 1.04 (26.4)
6.27 (159.5) 106 1.34 (34.0) 1.01 (25.7)
6.21 (157.5) 109 1.37 (35.0) 0.98 (24.9)
6.15 (156.0) 112 1.40 (35.5) 0.95 (24.1)
6.09 (154.5) 115 1.43 (36.5) 0.92 (23.4)
6.03 (153.0) 118 1.46 (37.0) 0.89 (22.6)
5.97 (151.5) 121 1.49 (38.0) 0.86 (21.8)

1 Flange diameter is 8.96 in. (227 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5292

151
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Tall Flange Track Rollers (1) (2)
Tall Flange Double Flange Rollers

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
7.77 (197.5) 0 0.77 (19.5) 1.76 (44.7)
7.73 (196.5) 4 0.79 (20.0) 1.74 (44.2)
7.69 (195.5) 8 0.81 (20.5) 1.72 (43.7)
7.65 (194.5) 12 0.83 (21.0) 1.70 (43.2)
7.61 (193.5) 16 0.85 (21.5) 1.68 (42.7)
7.57 (192.5) 20 0.87 (22.0) 1.66 (42.2)
7.53 (191.5) 24 0.89 (22.5) 1.64 (41.7)
7.49 (190.0) 28 0.91 (23.0) 1.62 (41.1)
7.45 (189.0) 32 0.93 (23.5) 1.60 (40.6)
7.41 (188.0) 36 0.95 (24.0) 1.58 (40.1)
7.37 (187.0) 40 0.97 (24.5) 1.56 (39.6)
7.33 (186.0) 44 0.99 (25.0) 1.54 (39.1)
7.29 (185.0) 48 1.01 (25.5) 1.52 (38.6)
7.25 (184.0) 52 1.03 (26.0) 1.50 (38.1)
7.21 (183.0) 56 1.05 (26.5) 1.48 (37.6)
7.17 (182.0) 60 1.07 (27.0) 1.46 (37.1)
7.13 (181.0) 64 1.09 (27.5) 1.44 (36.6)
7.09 (180.0) 68 1.11 (28.0) 1.42 (36.1)
7.05 (179.0) 72 1.13 (28.5) 1.40 (35.6)
7.01 (178.0) 76 1.15 (29.0) 1.38 (35.1)
6.97 (177.0) 80 1.17 (29.5) 1.36 (34.5)
6.93 (176.0) 84 1.19 (30.0) 1.34 (34.0)
6.89 (175.0) 88 1.21 (30.5) 1.32 (33.5)
6.85 (174.0) 92 1.23 (31.0) 1.30 (33.0)
6.81 (173.0) 96 1.25 (32.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.77 (172.0) 100 1.27 (32.5) 1.26 (32.0)
6.73 (171.0) 103 1.29 (33.0) 1.24 (31.5)
6.69 (170.0) 106 1.31 (33.5) 1.22 (31.0)
6.65 (169.0) 109 1.33 (34.0) 1.20 (30.5)
6.61 (168.0) 112 1.35 (34.5) 1.18 (30.0)
6.57 (167.0) 115 1.37 (35.0) 1.16 (29.5)
6.53 (166.0) 118 1.39 (35.5) 1.14 (29.0)
6.49 (165.0) 121 1.41 (36.0) 1.12 (28.4)

1 Flange diameter is 9.33 in. (237 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 6181

152
D5H, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Track Rollers with Retainers (1) (2)

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
7.77 (197.5) 0 0.58 (14.5) 1.87 (47.5)
7.71 (196.0) 5 0.61 (15.5) 1.84 (46.7)
7.65 (194.5) 10 0.64 (16.5) 1.81 (46.0)
7.59 (193.0) 15 0.67 (17.0) 1.78 (45.2)
7.53 (191.5) 20 0.70 (18.0) 1.75 (44.5)
7.47 (189.5) 25 0.73 (18.5) 1.72 (43.7)
7.41 (188.0) 30 0.76 (19.5) 1.69 (42.9)
7.35 (186.5) 35 0.79 (20.0) 1.66 (42.2)
7.29 (185.0) 40 0.82 (21.0) 1.63 (41.4)
7.23 (183.5) 44 0.85 (21.5) 1.60 (40.6)
7.17 (182.0) 48 0.88 (22.5) 1.57 (39.9)
7.11 (180.5) 52 0.91 (23.0) 1.54 (39.1)
7.05 (179.0) 56 0.94 (24.0) 1.51 (38.4)
6.99 (177.5) 60 0.97 (24.5) 1.48 (37.6)
6.93 (176.0) 64 1.00 (25.5) 1.45 (36.8)
6.87 (174.5) 68 1.03 (26.0) 1.42 (36.1)
6.81 (173.0) 72 1.06 (27.0) 1.39 (35.3)
6.75 (171.5) 76 1.09 (27.5) 1.36 (34.5)
6.69 (170.0) 80 1.12 (28.5) 1.33 (33.8)
6.63 (168.5) 84 1.15 (29.0) 1.30 (33.0)
6.57 (167.0) 88 1.18 (30.0) 1.27 (32.3)
6.51 (165.5) 92 1.21 (30.5) 1.24 (31.5)
6.45 (164.0) 96 1.24 (31.5) 1.21 (30.7)
6.39 (162.5) 100 1.27 (32.5) 1.18 (30.0)
6.33 (161.0) 104 1.30 (33.0) 1.15 (29.2)
6.27 (159.5) 108 1.33 (34.0) 1.12 (28.4)
6.21 (157.5) 112 1.36 (34.5) 1.09 (27.7)
6.15 (156.0) 116 1.39 (35.5) 1.06 (26.9)
6.09 (154.5) 120 1.42 (36.0) 1.03 (26.2)

1 Flange diameter is 8.94 in. (227 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5262

153
D5H, D5R, D6M, D6N, 517 - 7.50 in. (190 mm)
Sprockets (1)

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
8.45 (214.5) 0
8.40 (213.5) 6
8.35 (212.0) 12
8.30 (211.0) 18
8.25 (209.5) 24
8.20 (208.5) 30
8.15 (207.0) 35
8.10 (205.5) 40
8.05 (204.5) 45
8.00 (203.0) 50
7.95 (202.0) 55
7.90 (200.5) 60
7.85 (199.5) 65
7.80 (198.0) 70
7.75 (197.0) 75
7.70 (195.5) 80
7.65 (194.5) 85
7.60 (193.0) 90
7.55 (192.0) 95
7.50 (190.5) 100
7.45 (189.0) 105
7.40 (188.0) 110
7.35 (186.5) 115
7.30 (185.5) 120

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7082

154
D6H, D6R, D6T - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Links (1)
SystemOne Track
234-9699

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
5.27 (134.0) 0 1.61 (40.9)
5.25 (133.5) 4 1.59 (40.4)
5.23 (133.0) 8 1.57 (39.9)
5.21 (132.5) 12 1.55 (39.4)
5.19 (132.0) 16 1.53 (38.9)
5.17 (131.5) 20 1.51 (38.4)
5.15 (131.0) 24 1.49 (37.8)
5.13 (130.5) 28 1.47 (37.3)
5.11 (130.0) 32 1.45 (36.8)
5.09 (129.5) 36 1.43 (36.3)
5.07 (129.0) 40 1.41 (35.8)
5.05 (128.5) 44 1.39 (35.3)
5.03 (128.0) 48 1.37 (34.8)
5.01 (127.5) 52 1.35 (34.3)
4.99 (126.5) 56 1.33 (33.8)
4.97 (126.0) 60 1.31 (33.3)
4.95 (125.5) 64 1.29 (32.8)
4.93 (125.0) 68 1.27 (32.3)
4.91 (124.5) 72 1.25 (31.8)
4.89 (124.0) 76 1.23 (31.2)
4.87 (123.5) 80 1.21 (30.7)
4.85 (123.0) 84 1.19 (30.2)
4.83 (122.5) 88 1.17 (29.7)
4.81 (122.0) 91 1.15 (29.2)
4.79 (121.5) 94 1.13 (28.7)
4.77 (121.0) 97 1.11 (28.2)
4.75 (120.5) 100 1.09 (27.7)
4.73 (120.0) 103 1.07 (27.2)
4.71 (119.5) 106 1.05 (26.7)
4.69 (119.0) 109 1.03 (26.2)
4.67 (118.5) 112 1.07 (25.7)
4.65 (118.0) 115 0.99 (25.1)
4.63 (117.5) 118 0.97 (24.6)
4.61 (117.0) 121 0.95 (24.1)

1 Wear Chart: 101

155
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Links (1)
Heavy Duty Track
Rotating Bushing Track
8E-7405 & 06
195-6515 & 16
378-8241 & 42

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
5.19 (132.0) 0 1.69 (42.9)
5.17 (131.5) 4 1.67 (42.4)
5.15 (131.0) 8 1.65 (41.9)
5.13 (130.5) 12 1.63 (41.4)
5.11 (130.0) 16 1.61 (40.9)
5.09 (129.5) 20 1.59 (40.4)
5.07 (129.0) 24 1.57 (39.9)
5.05 (128.5) 28 1.55 (39.4)
5.03 (128.0) 32 1.53 (38.9)
5.01 (127.5) 36 1.51 (38.4)
4.99 (126.5) 40 1.49 (37.8)
4.97 (126.0) 44 1.47 (37.3)
4.95 (125.5) 48 1.45 (36.8)
4.93 (125.0) 52 1.43 (36.3)
4.91 (124.5) 56 1.41 (35.8)
4.89 (124.0) 60 1.39 (35.3)
4.87 (123.5) 64 1.37 (34.8)
4.85 (123.0) 68 1.35 (34.3)
4.83 (122.5) 72 1.33 (33.8)
4.81 (122.0) 76 1.31 (33.3)
4.79 (121.5) 80 1.29 (32.8)
4.77 (121.0) 84 1.27 (32.3)
4.75 (120.5) 88 1.25 (31.8)
4.73 (120.0) 91 1.23 (31.2)
4.71 (119.5) 94 1.21 (30.7)
4.69 (119.0) 97 1.19 (30.2)
4.67 (118.5) 100 1.17 (29.7)
4.65 (118.0) 103 1.15 (29.2)
4.63 (117.5) 106 1.13 (28.7)
4.61 (117.0) 109 1.11 (28.2)
4.59 (116.5) 112 1.09 (27.7)
4.57 (116.0) 115 1.07 (27.2)
4.55 (115.5) 118 1.05 (26.7)
4.53 (115.0) 121 1.03 (26.2)

1 Wear Chart: 107

156
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Links (1)
General Duty
418-2091 & 92

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
5.19 (132.0) 0 1.69 (42.9)
5.17 (131.5) 5 1.67 (42.4)
5.15 (131.0) 10 1.65 (41.9)
5.13 (130.5) 15 1.63 (41.4)
5.11 (130.0) 20 1.61 (40.9)
5.09 (129.5) 25 1.59 (40.4)
5.07 (129.0) 30 1.57 (39.9)
5.05 (128.5) 35 1.55 (39.4)
5.03 (128.0) 40 1.53 (38.9)
5.01 (127.5) 45 1.51 (38.4)
4.99 (126.5) 50 1.49 (37.8)
4.97 (126.0) 55 1.47 (37.3)
4.95 (125.5) 58 1.45 (36.8)
4.93 (125.0) 61 1.43 (36.3)
4.91 (124.5) 64 1.41 (35.8)
4.89 (124.0) 67 1.39 (35.3)
4.87 (123.5) 70 1.37 (34.8)
4.85 (123.0) 73 1.35 (34.3)
4.83 (122.5) 76 1.33 (33.8)
4.81 (122.0) 79 1.31 (33.3)
4.79 (121.5) 82 1.29 (32.8)
4.77 (121.0) 85 1.27 (32.3)
4.75 (120.5) 88 1.25 (31.8)
4.73 (120.0) 91 1.23 (31.2)
4.71 (119.5) 94 1.21 (30.7)
4.69 (119.0) 97 1.19 (30.2)
4.67 (118.5) 100 1.17 (29.7)
4.65 (118.0) 103 1.15 (29.2)
4.63 (117.5) 106 1.13 (28.7)
4.61 (117.0) 109 1.11 (28.2)
4.59 (116.5) 112 1.09 (27.7)
4.57 (116.0) 115 1.07 (27.2)
4.55 (115.5) 118 1.05 (26.7)
4.53 (115.0) 121 1.03 (26.2)

1 Wear Chart: 113

157
D6H - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Links (1)
Enhanced SALT Track
228-2735 & 36

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
5.03 (128.0) 0 1.60 (40.6)
5.01 (127.5) 4 1.58 (40.1)
4.99 (126.5) 8 1.56 (39.6)
4.97 (126.0) 12 1.54 (39.1)
4.95 (125.5) 16 1.52 (38.6)
4.93 (125.0) 20 1.50 (38.1)
4.91 (124.5) 24 1.48 (37.6)
4.89 (124.0) 28 1.46 (37.1)
4.87 (123.5) 32 1.44 (36.6)
4.85 (123.0) 36 1.42 (36.1)
4.83 (122.5) 40 1.40 (35.6)
4.81 (122.0) 44 1.38 (35.1)
4.79 (121.5) 48 1.36 (34.5)
4.77 (121.0) 52 1.34 (34.0)
4.75 (120.5) 56 1.32 (33.5)
4.73 (120.0) 60 1.30 (33.0)
4.71 (119.5) 64 1.28 (32.5)
4.69 (119.0) 68 1.26 (32.0)
4.67 (118.5) 72 1.24 (31.5)
4.65 (118.0) 76 1.22 (31.0)
4.63 (117.5) 80 1.20 (30.5)
4.61 (117.0) 84 1.18 (30.0)
4.59 (116.5) 88 1.16 (29.5)
4.57 (116.0) 92 1.14 (29.0)
4.55 (115.5) 96 1.12 (28.4)
4.53 (115.0) 100 1.10 (27.9)
4.51 (114.5) 103 1.08 (27.4)
4.49 (114.0) 106 1.06 (26.9)
4.47 (113.5) 109 1.04 (26.4)
4.45 (113.0) 112 1.02 (25.9)
4.43 (112.5) 115 1.00 (25.4)
4.41 (112.0) 118 0.98 (24.9)
4.39 (111.5) 121 0.96 (24.4)

1 Wear Chart: 110

158
D6H, D6R, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Links (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track
8E-2355-56

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
4.92 (125.0) 0 1.46 (37.1)
4.90 (124.5) 5 1.44 (36.6)
4.88 (124.0) 10 1.42 (36.1)
4.86 (123.5) 15 1.40 (35.6)
4.84 (123.0) 20 1.38 (35.1)
4.82 (122.5) 25 1.36 (34.5)
4.80 (122.0) 30 1.34 (34.0)
4.78 (121.5) 35 1.32 (33.5)
4.76 (121.0) 40 1.30 (33.0)
4.74 (120.5) 45 1.28 (32.5)
4.72 (120.0) 50 1.26 (32.0)
4.70 (119.5) 55 1.24 (31.5)
4.68 (119.0) 60 1.22 (31.0)
4.66 (118.5) 65 1.20 (30.5)
4.64 (118.0) 70 1.18 (30.0)
4.62 (117.5) 75 1.16 (29.5)
4.60 (117.0) 80 1.14 (29.0)
4.58 (116.5) 85 1.12 (28.4)
4.56 (116.0) 90 1.10 (27.9)
4.54 (115.5) 95 1.08 (27.4)
4.52 (115.0) 100 1.06 (26.9)
4.50 (114.5) 104 1.04 (26.4)
4.48 (114.0) 108 1.02 (25.9)
4.46 (113.5) 112 1.00 (25.4)
4.44 (113.0) 116 0.98 (24.9)
4.42 (112.5) 120 0.96 (24.4)

1 Wear Chart: 105

159
D6H, D6R, D6T - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Bushings (1)
SystemOne Track

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.86 (72.6) 0 0.55 (14.0) 3.63 (92.2)
2.84 (72.1) 6 0.54 (13.7) 3.62 (91.9)
2.82 (71.6) 12 0.53 (13.5) 3.61 (91.7)
2.80 (71.1) 18 0.52 (13.2) 3.60 (91.4)
2.78 (70.6) 24 0.51 (13.0) 3.59 (91.2)
2.76 (70.1) 30 0.50 (12.7) 3.58 (90.9)
2.74 (69.6) 36 0.49 (12.4) 3.57 (90.7)
2.72 (69.1) 42 0.48 (12.2) 3.56 (90.4)
2.70 (68.6) 46 0.47 (11.9) 3.55 (90.2)
2.68 (68.1) 49 0.46 (11.7) 3.54 (89.9)
2.66 (67.6) 52 0.45 (11.4) 3.53 (89.7)
2.64 (67.1) 55 0.44 (11.2) 3.52 (89.4)
2.62 (66.5) 58 0.43 (10.9) 3.51 (89.2)
2.60 (66.0) 61 0.42 (10.7) 3.50 (88.9)
2.58 (65.5) 64 0.41 (10.4) 3.49 (88.6)
2.56 (65.0) 67 0.40 (10.2) 3.48 (88.4)
2.54 (64.5) 70 0.39 (9.9) 3.47 (88.1)
2.52 (64.0) 73 0.38 (9.7) 3.46 (87.9)
2.50 (63.5) 76 0.37 (9.4) 3.45 (87.6)
2.48 (63.0) 79 0.36 (9.1) 3.44 (87.4)
2.46 (62.5) 82 0.35 (8.9) 3.43 (87.1)
2.44 (62.0) 85 0.34 (8.6) 3.42 (86.9)
2.42 (61.5) 88 0.33 (8.4) 3.41 (86.6)
2.40 (61.0) 91 0.32 (8.1) 3.40 (86.4)
2.38 (60.5) 94 0.31 (7.9) 3.39 (86.1)
2.36 (59.9) 97 0.30 (7.6) 3.38 (85.9)
2.34 (59.4) 100 0.29 (7.4) 3.37 (85.6)
2.32 (58.9) 103 0.28 (7.1) 3.36 (85.3)
2.30 (58.4) 106 0.27 (6.9) 3.35 (85.1)
2.28 (57.9) 109 0.26 (6.6) 3.34 (84.8)
2.26 (57.4) 112 0.25 (6.3) 3.33 (84.6)
2.24 (56.9) 115 0.24 (6.1) 3.32 (84.3)
2.22 (56.4) 118 0.23 (5.8) 3.31 (84.1)
2.20 (55.9) 121 0.22 (5.6) 3.30 (83.8)

NOTE

Due to SystemOne cartridge product improvement in 2010 to add strength and resist
cracking, Ultrasonic measurement New/0% Worn increased from .50 in. (12.7 mm) to .55
in. (14 mm)

1 Wear Chart: 711/712

160
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Bushings (1)
Heavy Duty Track
Use with 8E-7405 & 06 or 378-8241 & 42 Links

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.86 (72.6) 0 0 0.53 (13.5) 3.52 (89.4)
2.84 (72.1) 10 8 0.51 (13.0) 3.50 (88.9)
2.82 (71.6) 20 16 0.49 (12.4) 3.48 (88.4)
2.80 (71.1) 30 24 0.47 (11.9) 3.46 (87.9)
2.78 (70.6) 40 32 0.45 (11.4) 3.44 (87.4)
2.76 (70.1) 50 40 0.43 (10.9) 3.42 (86.9)
2.74 (69.6) 60 48 0.41 (10.4) 3.40 (86.4)
2.72 (69.1) 70 52 0.39 (9.9) 3.38 (85.9)
2.70 (68.6) 76 56 0.37 (9.4) 3.36 (85.3)
2.68 (68.1) 80 60 0.35 (8.9) 3.34 (84.8)
2.66 (67.6) 84 64 0.33 (8.4) 3.32 (84.3)
2.64 (67.1) 88 68 0.31 (7.9) 3.30 (83.8)
2.62 (66.5) 92 72 0.29 (7.4) 3.28 (83.3)
2.60 (66.0) 96 76 0.27 (6.9) 3.26 (82.8)
2.58 (65.5) 100 80 0.25 (6.3) 3.24 (82.3)
2.56 (65.0) 104 84 0.23 (5.8) 3.22 (81.8)
2.54 (64.5) 108 88 0.21 (5.3) 3.20 (81.3)
2.52 (64.0) 112 92 0.19 (4.8) 3.18 (80.8)
2.50 (63.5) 116 96 0.17 (4.3) 3.16 (80.3)
2.48 (63.0) 120 100 0.15 (3.8) 3.14 (79.8)
2.46 (62.5) 104 0.13 (3.3) 3.12 (79.2)
2.44 (62.0) 108 0.11 (2.8) 3.10 (78.7)
2.42 (61.5) 112 0.09 (2.3) 3.08 (78.2)
2.40 (61.0) 116 0.07 (1.8) 3.06 (77.7)
2.38 (60.5) 120 0.05 (1.3) 3.04 (77.2)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 704

161
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Bushings (1)
Heavy Duty Track
Use with 527 with Optional Large Diameter Bushing

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.15 (80.0) 0 0 0.68 (17.3) 3.70 (94.0)
3.13 (79.5) 6 5 0.66 (16.8) 3.68 (93.5)
3.11 (79.0) 12 10 0.64 (16.3) 3.66 (93.0)
3.09 (78.5) 18 15 0.62 (15.7) 3.64 (92.5)
3.07 (78.0) 24 20 0.60 (15.2) 3.62 (91.9)
3.05 (77.5) 30 25 0.58 (14.7) 3.60 (91.4)
3.03 (77.0) 36 30 0.56 (14.2) 3.58 (90.9)
3.01 (76.5) 40 35 0.54 (13.7) 3.56 (90.4)
2.99 (75.9) 44 40 0.52 (13.2) 3.54 (89.9)
2.97 (75.4) 48 45 0.50 (12.7) 3.52 (89.4)
2.95 (74.9) 52 49 0.48 (12.2) 3.50 (88.9)
2.93 (74.4) 56 52 0.46 (11.7) 3.48 (88.4)
2.91 (73.9) 60 55 0.44 (11.2) 3.46 (87.9)
2.89 (73.4) 64 58 0.42 (10.7) 3.44 (87.4)
2.87 (72.9) 68 61 0.40 (10.2) 3.42 (86.9)
2.85 (72.4) 72 64 0.38 (9.7) 3.40 (86.4)
2.83 (71.9) 76 67 0.36 (9.1) 3.38 (85.9)
2.81 (71.4) 80 70 0.34 (8.6) 3.36 (85.3)
2.79 (70.9) 84 73 0.32 (8.1) 3.34 (84.8)
2.77 (70.4) 88 76 0.30 (7.6) 3.32 (84.3)
2.75 (69.9) 92 79 0.28 (7.1) 3.30 (83.8)
2.73 (69.3) 96 82 0.26 (6.6) 3.28 (83.3)
2.71 (68.8) 100 85 0.24 (6.1) 3.26 (82.8)
2.69 (68.3) 104 88 0.22 (5.6) 3.24 (82.3)
2.67 (67.8) 108 91 0.20 (5.1) 3.22 (81.8)
2.65 (67.3) 112 94 0.18 (4.6) 3.20 (81.3)
2.63 (66.8) 116 97 0.16 (4.1) 3.18 (80.8)
2.61 (66.3) 120 100 0.14 (3.6) 3.16 (80.3)
2.59 (65.8) 103 0.12 (3.0) 3.14 (79.8)
2.57 (65.3) 106 0.10 (2.5) 3.12 (79.2)
2.55 (64.8) 109 0.08 (2.0) 3.10 (78.7)
2.53 (64.3) 112 0.06 (1.5) 3.08 (78.2)
2.51 (63.8) 115 0.04 (1.0) 3.06 (77.7)
2.49 (63.2) 118 0.02 (0.5) 3.04 (77.2)
2.47 (62.7) 121 0.00 (0.0) 3.02 (76.7)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 707

162
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Bushings (1)
Rotating Bushing Track
Use with 195-6515 &16, 8E-7405 & 06 Links

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.86 (72.6) 0 0.55 (14.0) 3.56 (90.4)
2.82 (71.6) 8 0.53 (13.5) 3.54 (89.9)
2.78 (70.6) 16 0.51 (13.0) 3.52 (89.4)
2.74 (69.6) 24 0.49 (12.4) 3.50 (88.9)
2.70 (68.6) 32 0.47 (11.9) 3.48 (88.4)
2.66 (67.6) 40 0.45 (11.4) 3.46 (87.9)
2.62 (66.5) 44 0.43 (10.9) 3.44 (87.4)
2.58 (65.5) 48 0.41 (10.4) 3.42 (86.9)
2.54 (64.5) 52 0.39 (9.9) 3.40 (86.4)
2.50 (63.5) 56 0.37 (9.4) 3.38 (85.9)
2.46 (62.5) 60 0.35 (8.9) 3.36 (85.3)
2.42 (61.5) 64 0.33 (8.4) 3.34 (84.8)
2.38 (60.5) 68 0.31 (7.9) 3.32 (84.3)
2.34 (59.4) 72 0.29 (7.4) 3.30 (83.8)
2.30 (58.4) 76 0.27 (6.9) 3.28 (83.3)
2.26 (57.4) 80 0.25 (6.3) 3.26 (82.8)
2.22 (56.4) 84 0.23 (5.8) 3.24 (82.3)
2.18 (55.4) 88 0.21 (5.3) 3.22 (81.8)
2.14 (54.4) 92 0.19 (4.8) 3.20 (81.3)
2.10 (53.3) 96 0.17 (4.3) 3.18 (80.8)
2.06 (52.3) 100 0.15 (3.8) 3.16 (80.3)
2.02 (51.3) 104 0.13 (3.3) 3.14 (79.8)
1.98 (50.3) 108 0.11 (2.8) 3.12 (79.2)
1.94 (49.3) 112 0.09 (2.3) 3.10 (78.7)
1.90 (48.3) 116 0.07 (1.8) 3.08 (78.2)
1.86 (47.2) 120 0.05 (1.3) 3.06 (77.7)

1 Wear Chart: 705/706

163
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Bushings (1)
General Duty
Use with 418-2091 & 92 Links

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.86 (72.6) 0 0.53 (13.5) 3.52 (89.4)
2.84 (72.1) 10 0.51 (13.0) 3.50 (88.9)
2.82 (71.6) 20 0.49 (12.4) 3.48 (88.4)
2.80 (71.1) 30 0.47 (11.9) 3.46 (87.9)
2.78 (70.6) 40 0.45 (11.4) 3.44 (87.4)
2.76 (70.1) 50 0.43 (10.9) 3.42 (86.9)
2.74 (69.6) 60 0.41 (10.4) 3.40 (86.4)
2.72 (69.1) 64 0.39 (9.9) 3.38 (85.9)
2.70 (68.6) 67 0.37 (9.4) 3.36 (85.3)
2.68 (68.1) 70 0.35 (8.9) 3.34 (84.8)
2.66 (67.6) 73 0.33 (8.4) 3.32 (84.3)
2.64 (67.1) 76 0.31 (7.9) 3.30 (83.8)
2.62 (66.5) 79 0.29 (7.4) 3.28 (83.3)
2.60 (66.0) 82 0.27 (6.9) 3.26 (82.8)
2.58 (65.5) 85 0.25 (6.3) 3.24 (82.3)
2.56 (65.0) 88 0.23 (5.8) 3.22 (81.8)
2.54 (64.5) 91 0.21 (5.3) 3.20 (81.3)
2.52 (64.0) 94 0.19 (4.8) 3.18 (80.8)
2.50 (63.5) 97 0.17 (4.3) 3.16 (80.3)
2.48 (63.0) 100 0.15 (3.8) 3.14 (79.8)
2.46 (62.5) 103 0.13 (3.3) 3.12 (79.2)
2.44 (62.0) 106 0.11 (2.8) 3.10 (78.7)
2.42 (61.5) 109 0.09 (2.3) 3.08 (78.2)
2.40 (61.0) 112 0.07 (1.8) 3.06 (77.7)
2.38 (60.5) 115 0.05 (1.3) 3.04 (77.2)
2.36 (59.9) 118 0.03 (0.8) 3.02 (76.7)
2.34 (59.4) 121 0.01 (0.3) 3.00 (76.2)

1 Wear Chart: 713

164
D6H - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Bushings (1)
Enhanced SALT Track

Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.86 (72.6) 0 0 0.53 (13.5) 3.49 (88.6)
2.84 (72.1) 10 8 0.51 (13.0) 3.47 (88.1)
2.82 (71.6) 20 16 0.49 (12.4) 3.45 (87.6)
2.80 (71.1) 30 24 0.47 (11.9) 3.43 (87.1)
2.78 (70.6) 40 32 0.45 (11.4) 3.41 (86.6)
2.76 (70.1) 50 40 0.43 (10.9) 3.39 (86.1)
2.74 (69.6) 60 48 0.41 (10.4) 3.37 (85.6)
2.72 (69.1) 70 52 0.39 (9.9) 3.35 (85.1)
2.70 (68.6) 76 56 0.37 (9.4) 3.33 (84.6)
2.68 (68.1) 80 60 0.35 (8.9) 3.31 (84.1)
2.66 (67.6) 84 64 0.33 (8.4) 3.29 (83.6)
2.64 (67.1) 88 68 0.31 (7.9) 3.27 (83.1)
2.62 (66.5) 92 72 0.29 (7.4) 3.25 (82.6)
2.60 (66.0) 96 76 0.27 (6.9) 3.23 (82.0)
2.58 (65.5) 100 80 0.25 (6.3) 3.21 (81.5)
2.56 (65.0) 104 84 0.23 (5.8) 3.19 (81.0)
2.54 (64.5) 108 88 0.21 (5.3) 3.17 (80.5)
2.52 (64.0) 112 92 0.19 (4.8) 3.15 (80.0)
2.50 (63.5) 116 96 0.17 (4.3) 3.13 (79.5)
2.48 (63.0) 120 100 0.15 (3.8) 3.11 (79.0)
2.46 (62.5) 104 0.13 (3.3) 3.09 (78.5)
2.44 (62.0) 108 0.11 (2.8) 3.07 (78.0)
2.42 (61.5) 112 0.09 (2.3) 3.05 (77.5)
2.40 (61.0) 116 0.07 (1.8) 3.03 (77.0)
2.38 (60.5) 120 0.05 (1.3) 3.01 (76.5)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 701

165
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed and Lubricated Track
Use with 8E-2355 & 56

Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.86 (72.6) 0 0 0.53 (13.5) 3.52 (89.4)
2.84 (72.1) 10 8 0.51 (13.0) 3.50 (88.9)
2.82 (71.6) 20 16 0.49 (12.4) 3.48 (88.4)
2.80 (71.1) 30 24 0.47 (11.9) 3.46 (87.9)
2.78 (70.6) 40 32 0.45 (11.4) 3.44 (87.4)
2.76 (70.1) 50 40 0.43 (10.9) 3.42 (86.9)
2.74 (69.6) 60 48 0.41 (10.4) 3.40 (86.4)
2.72 (69.1) 70 52 0.39 (9.9) 3.38 (85.9)
2.70 (68.6) 76 56 0.37 (9.4) 3.36 (85.3)
2.68 (68.1) 80 60 0.35 (8.9) 3.34 (84.8)
2.66 (67.6) 84 64 0.33 (8.4) 3.32 (84.3)
2.64 (67.1) 88 68 0.31 (7.9) 3.30 (83.8)
2.62 (66.5) 92 72 0.29 (7.4) 3.28 (83.3)
2.60 (66.0) 96 76 0.27 (6.9) 3.26 (82.8)
2.58 (65.5) 100 80 0.25 (6.3) 3.24 (82.3)
2.56 (65.0) 104 84 0.23 (5.8) 3.22 (81.8)
2.54 (64.5) 108 88 0.21 (5.3) 3.20 (81.3)
2.52 (64.0) 112 92 0.19 (4.8) 3.18 (80.8)
2.50 (63.5) 116 96 0.17 (4.3) 3.16 (80.3)
2.48 (63.0) 120 100 0.15 (3.8) 3.14 (79.8)
2.46 (62.5) 104 0.13 (3.3) 3.12 (79.2)
2.44 (62.0) 108 0.11 (2.8) 3.10 (78.7)
2.42 (61.5) 112 0.09 (2.3) 3.08 (78.2)
2.40 (61.0) 116 0.07 (1.8) 3.06 (77.7)
2.38 (60.5) 120 0.05 (1.3) 3.04 (77.2)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 702

166
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
2.95 (75.0) 0 0 3.55 (90.2)
2.85 (72.5) 8 6 3.45 (87.6)
2.75 (70.0) 16 12 3.35 (85.1)
2.65 (67.5) 24 18 3.25 (82.6)
2.55 (65.0) 32 24 3.15 (80.0)
2.45 (62.0) 40 30 3.05 (77.5)
2.35 (59.5) 48 36 2.95 (74.9)
2.30 (58.5) 52 39 2.90 (73.7)
2.20 (56.0) 58 45 2.80 (71.1)
2.10 (53.5) 64 51 2.70 (68.6)
2.00 (51.0) 70 57 2.60 (66.0)
1.90 (48.5) 76 63 2.50 (63.5)
1.80 (45.5) 82 68 2.40 (61.0)
1.70 (43.0) 88 72 2.30 (58.4)
1.60 (40.5) 94 76 2.20 (55.9)
1.50 (38.0) 100 80 2.10 (53.3)
1.40 (35.5) 106 84 2.00 (50.8)
1.30 (33.0) 112 88 1.90 (48.3)
1.20 (30.5) 118 92 1.80 (45.7)
1.10 (28.0) 124 96 1.70 (43.2)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.60 (40.6)
0.90 (23.0) 104 1.50 (38.1)
0.80 (20.5) 108 1.40 (35.6)
0.70 (18.0) 112 1.30 (33.0)
0.60 (15.0) 116 1.20 (30.5)
0.50 (12.5) 120 1.10 (27.9)

1 Wear Chart: 1601

167
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service
Genuine and General Duty

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
2.55 (65.0) 0 0 3.05 (77.5)
2.50 (63.5) 5 4 3.00 (76.2)
2.45 (62.0) 10 8 2.95 (74.9)
2.40 (61.0) 15 12 2.90 (73.7)
2.35 (59.5) 20 16 2.85 (72.4)
2.30 (58.5) 25 20 2.80 (71.1)
2.25 (57.0) 30 24 2.75 (69.9)
2.20 (56.0) 35 28 2.70 (68.6)
2.15 (54.5) 40 31 2.65 (67.3)
2.10 (53.5) 45 34 2.60 (66.0)
2.05 (52.0) 50 37 2.55 (64.8)
2.00 (51.0) 55 40 2.50 (63.5)
1.95 (49.5) 60 43 2.45 (62.2)
1.90 (48.5) 65 46 2.40 (61.0)
1.85 (47.0) 70 49 2.35 (59.7)
1.80 (45.5) 75 52 2.30 (58.4)
1.75 (44.5) 80 55 2.25 (57.2)
1.70 (43.0) 84 58 2.20 (55.9)
1.65 (42.0) 88 61 2.15 (54.6)
1.60 (40.5) 92 64 2.10 (53.3)
1.55 (39.5) 96 67 2.05 (52.1)
1.50 (38.0) 100 70 2.00 (50.8)
1.45 (37.0) 104 73 1.95 (49.5)
1.40 (35.5) 108 76 1.90 (48.3)
1.35 (34.5) 112 79 1.85 (47.0)
1.30 (33.0) 116 82 1.80 (45.7)
1.25 (32.0) 120 85 1.75 (44.5)
1.20 (30.5) 88 1.70 (43.2)
1.15 (29.0) 91 1.65 (41.9)
1.10 (28.0) 94 1.60 (40.6)
1.05 (26.5) 97 1.55 (39.4)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.50 (38.1)
0.95 (24.0) 103 1.45 (36.8)
0.90 (23.0) 106 1.40 (35.6)
0.85 (21.5) 109 1.35 (34.3)
0.80 (20.5) 112 1.30 (33.0)
0.75 (19.0) 115 1.25 (31.8)
0.70 (18.0) 118 1.20 (30.5)
0.65 (16.5) 121 1.15 (29.2)

1 Wear Chart: 1303

168
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Double Grouser

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
1.65 (42.0) 0 0 2.20 (55.9)
1.60 (40.5) 6 5 2.15 (54.6)
1.55 (39.5) 12 10 2.10 (53.3)
1.50 (38.0) 18 15 2.05 (52.1)
1.45 (37.0) 24 20 2.00 (50.8)
1.40 (35.5) 30 25 1.95 (49.5)
1.35 (34.5) 36 30 1.90 (48.3)
1.30 (33.0) 42 35 1.85 (47.0)
1.25 (32.0) 48 40 1.80 (45.7)
1.20 (30.5) 54 44 1.75 (44.5)
1.15 (29.0) 60 48 1.70 (43.2)
1.10 (28.0) 65 52 1.65 (41.9)
1.05 (26.5) 70 56 1.60 (40.6)
1.00 (25.5) 75 60 1.55 (39.4)
0.95 (24.0) 80 64 1.50 (38.1)
0.90 (23.0) 85 68 1.45 (36.8)
0.85 (21.5) 90 72 1.40 (35.6)
0.80 (20.5) 95 76 1.35 (34.3)
0.75 (19.0) 100 80 1.30 (33.0)
0.70 (18.0) 105 84 1.25 (31.8)
0.65 (16.5) 110 88 1.20 (30.5)
0.60 (15.0) 115 92 1.15 (29.2)
0.55 (14.0) 120 96 1.10 (27.9)
0.50 (12.5) 100 1.05 (26.7)
0.45 (11.5) 104 1.00 (25.4)
0.40 (10.0) 108 0.95 (24.1)
0.35 (9.0) 112 0.90 (22.9)
0.30 (7.5) 116 0.85 (21.6)
0.25 (6.5) 120 0.80 (20.3)

1 Wear Chart: 2202

169
D6H, D6R, D6T - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Self Cleaning

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
3.61 (91.5) 0
3.59 (91.0) 4
3.57 (90.5) 8
3.55 (90.0) 12
3.53 (89.5) 16
3.51 (89.0) 20
3.49 (88.5) 24
3.47 (88.0) 28
3.45 (87.5) 32
3.43 (87.0) 36
3.41 (86.5) 40
3.39 (86.0) 44
3.37 (85.5) 48
3.35 (85.0) 52
3.33 (84.5) 55
3.31 (84.0) 58
3.29 (83.5) 61
3.27 (83.0) 64
3.25 (82.5) 67
3.23 (82.0) 70
3.21 (81.5) 73
3.19 (81.0) 76
3.17 (80.5) 79
3.15 (80.0) 82
3.13 (79.5) 85
3.11 (79.0) 88
3.09 (78.5) 91
3.07 (78.0) 94
3.05 (77.5) 97
3.03 (77.0) 100
3.01 (76.5) 103
2.99 (76.0) 106
2.97 (75.5) 109
2.95 (75.0) 112
2.93 (74.5) 115
2.91 (74.0) 118
2.89 (73.5) 121

1 Wear Chart: 1900

170
D6H, D6R, D6T - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)

Idlers (1) (2) (3)


Relieved Tread Idler Center Tread Idler

Depth Gauge, Ultrasonic (CTI only) or Caliper


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
2.12 (54.0) 0 1.10 (28.0)
2.10 (53.5) 4 1.08 (27.5)
2.08 (53.0) 8 1.06 (27.0)
2.06 (52.5) 12 1.04 (26.5)
2.04 (52.0) 16 1.02 (26.0)
2.02 (51.5) 20 1.00 (25.5)
2.00 (51.0) 24 0.98 (25.0)
1.98 (50.5) 28 0.96 (24.5)
1.96 (50.0) 32 0.94 (24.0)
1.94 (49.5) 36 0.92 (23.5)
1.92 (49.0) 40 0.90 (23.0)
1.90 (48.5) 44 0.88 (22.5)
1.88 (48.0) 48 0.86 (22.0)
1.86 (47.0) 52 0.84 (21.5)
1.84 (46.5) 55 0.82 (21.0)
1.82 (46.0) 58 0.80 (20.5)
1.80 (45.5) 61 0.78 (20.0)
1.78 (45.0) 64 0.76 (19.5)
1.76 (44.5) 67 0.74 (19.0)
1.74 (44.0) 70 0.72 (18.5)
1.72 (43.5) 73 0.70 (18.0)
1.70 (43.0) 76 0.68 (17.5)
1.68 (42.5) 79 0.66 (17.0)
1.66 (42.0) 82 0.64 (16.5)
1.64 (41.5) 85 0.62 (15.5)
1.62 (41.0) 88 0.60 (15.0)
1.60 (40.5) 91 0.58 (14.5)
1.58 (40.0) 94 0.56 (14.0)
1.56 (39.5) 97 0.54 (13.5)
1.54 (39.0) 100 0.52 (13.0)
1.52 (38.5) 103 0.50 (12.5)
1.50 (38.0) 106 0.48 (12.0)
1.48 (37.5) 109 0.46 (11.5)
1.46 (37.0) 112 0.44 (11.0)
1.44 (36.5) 115 0.42 (10.5)
1.42 (36.0) 118 0.40 (10.0)
1.40 (35.5) 121 0.38 (9.5)

1 New tread diameter is 25.40 in. (640 mm)


2 For measuring instructions, reference General Information topic Idler Wear Center Tread
Idlers and Relieved Center Tread Idlers on, page 51.
3 Wear Chart: 4101

171
D6H, D6R, D6T - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Idlers (1) (2)
Center Tread Idler
(Early has eight measurement notches)

Ultrasonic, Depth Gauge or Caliper


Inches (mm) % Worn
0.94 (24.0) 0
0.92 (23.5) 5
0.90 (23.0) 10
0.88 (22.5) 15
0.86 (22.0) 20
0.84 (21.5) 25
0.82 (21.0) 30
0.80 (20.5) 34
0.78 (20.0) 37
0.76 (19.5) 40
0.74 (19.0) 43
0.72 (18.5) 46
0.70 (18.0) 49
0.68 (17.5) 52
0.66 (17.0) 55
0.64 (16.5) 58
0.62 (15.5) 61
0.60 (15.0) 64
0.58 (14.5) 67
0.56 (14.0) 70
0.54 (13.5) 73
0.52 (13.0) 76
0.50 (12.5) 79
0.48 (12.0) 82
0.46 (11.5) 85
0.44 (11.0) 88
0.42 (10.5) 91
0.40 (10.0) 94
0.38 (9.5) 97
0.36 (9.0) 100
0.34 (8.5) 103
0.32 (8.0) 106
0.30 (7.5) 109
0.28 (7.0) 112
0.26 (6.5) 115
0.24 (6.0) 118
0.22 (5.5) 121
Note: New tread diameter is 25.20 in. (640 mm)

1 For measuring instructions, reference General Information topic Idler Wear Center Tread
Idlers on, page 51.
2 Wear Chart: 4102

172
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3) (4)
Genuine and General Duty

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic Center Flange Wear


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
0.94 (24.0) 0 0.49 (12.4) 0.00 (0.0)
0.98 (25.0) 8 0.45 (11.4) 0.04 (1.0)
1.02 (26.0) 16 0.41 (10.4) 0.08 (2.0)
1.06 (27.0) 24 0.37 (9.4) 0.12 (3.0)
1.10 (28.0) 32 0.33 (8.4) 0.16 (4.0)
1.14 (29.0) 40 0.29 (7.4) 0.20 (5.0)
1.18 (30.0) 48 0.25 (6.4) 0.24 (6.0)
1.22 (31.0) 52 0.21 (5.3) 0.28 (7.0)
1.26 (32.0) 56 0.17 (4.3) 0.32 (8.0)
1.30 (33.0) 60 0.13 (3.3) 0.36 (9.0)
1.34 (34.0) 64 0.09 (2.3) 0.40 (10.0)
1.38 (35.0) 68 0.05 (1.3) 0.44 (11.0)
1.42 (36.0) 72 0.01 (0.3) 0.48 (12.0)
1.46 (37.0) 76
1.50 (38.0) 80 NOTE
1.54 (39.0) 84
Ultrasonic measurement is to determine
1.58 (40.0) 88 flange wear only.
1.62 (41.0) 92
1.66 (42.0) 96
1.70 (43.0) 100
1.74 (44.0) 104
1.78 (45.0) 108
1.82 (46.0) 112
1.86 (47.0) 116
1.90 (48.5) 120

1 Flange Width is 3.74 in. (95 mm)


2 New small tread diameter is 21.46 in. (545 mm)
3 New large tread diameter is 22.44 in. (570 mm)
4 Wear Chart: 4406

173
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
SystemOne type - Permanently Sealed
Current - Now used with all track types

Caliper Ultrasonic
All One-piece rim
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
7.84 (199.0) 0 2.31 (58.7)
7.76 (197.0) 8 2.27 (57.7)
7.68 (195.0) 16 2.23 (56.6)
7.60 (193.0) 24 2.19 (55.6)
7.52 (191.0) 32 2.15 (54.6)
7.44 (189.0) 40 2.11 (53.6)
7.36 (187.0) 44 2.07 (52.6)
7.28 (185.0) 48 2.03 (51.6)
7.20 (183.0) 52 1.99 (50.5)
7.12 (181.0) 56 1.95 (49.5)
7.04 (179.0) 60 1.91 (48.5)
6.96 (177.0) 64 1.87 (47.5)
6.88 (175.0) 68 1.83 (46.5)
6.80 (172.5) 72 1.79 (45.5)
6.72 (170.5) 76 1.75 (44.5)
6.64 (168.5) 80 1.71 (43.4)
6.56 (166.5) 84 1.67 (42.4)
6.48 (164.5) 88 1.63 (41.4)
6.40 (162.5) 92 1.59 (40.4)
6.32 (160.5) 96 1.55 (39.4)
6.24 (158.5) 100 1.51 (38.4)
6.16 (156.5) 104 1.47 (37.3)
6.08 (154.5) 108 1.43 (36.3)
6.00 (152.5) 112 1.39 (35.3)
5.92 (150.5) 116 1.35 (34.3)
5.84 (148.5) 120 1.31 (33.3)

1 Wear Chart: 4701

174
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Former - Bolt-On End Cover type

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
7.38 (187.5) 0 1.86 (47.2)
7.30 (185.5) 8 1.82 (46.2)
7.22 (183.5) 16 1.78 (45.2)
7.14 (181.5) 24 1.74 (44.2)
7.06 (179.5) 32 1.70 (43.2)
6.98 (177.5) 40 1.66 (42.2)
6.90 (175.5) 48 1.62 (41.1)
6.82 (173.0) 56 1.58 (40.1)
6.74 (171.0) 64 1.54 (39.1)
6.66 (169.0) 68 1.50 (38.1)
6.58 (167.0) 72 1.46 (37.1)
6.50 (165.0) 76 1.42 (36.1)
6.42 (163.0) 80 1.38 (35.1)
6.34 (161.0) 84 1.34 (34.0)
6.26 (159.0) 88 1.30 (33.0)
6.18 (157.0) 92 1.26 (32.0)
6.10 (155.0) 96 1.22 (31.0)
6.02 (153.0) 100 1.18 (30.0)
5.94 (151.0) 104 1.14 (29.0)
5.86 (149.0) 108 1.10 (27.9)
5.78 (147.0) 112 1.06 (26.9)
5.70 (145.0) 116 1.02 (25.9)
5.62 142.5 120 0.98 (24.9)

1 Wear Chart: 4706

175
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Use with 8E-2355 & 56 Sealed & Lubricated Track

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
7.38 (187.5) 0 1.86 (47.2)
7.34 (186.5) 5 1.84 (46.7)
7.30 (185.5) 10 1.82 (46.2)
7.26 (184.5) 15 1.80 (45.7)
7.22 (183.5) 20 1.78 (45.2)
7.18 (182.5) 25 1.76 (44.7)
7.14 (181.5) 30 1.74 (44.2)
7.10 (180.5) 35 1.72 (43.7)
7.06 (179.5) 40 1.70 (43.2)
7.02 (178.5) 45 1.68 (42.7)
6.98 (177.5) 50 1.66 (42.2)
6.94 (176.5) 55 1.64 (41.7)
6.90 (175.5) 60 1.62 (41.1)
6.86 (174.0) 65 1.60 (40.6)
6.82 (173.0) 70 1.58 (40.1)
6.78 (172.0) 75 1.56 (39.6)
6.74 (171.0) 79 1.54 (39.1)
6.70 (170.0) 82 1.52 (38.6)
6.66 (169.0) 85 1.50 (38.1)
6.62 (168.0) 88 1.48 (37.6)
6.58 (167.0) 91 1.46 (37.1)
6.54 (166.0) 94 1.44 (36.6)
6.50 (165.0) 97 1.42 (36.1)
6.46 (164.0) 100 1.40 (35.6)
6.42 (163.0) 103 1.38 (35.1)
6.38 (162.0) 106 1.36 (34.5)
6.34 (161.0) 109 1.34 (34.0)
6.30 (160.0) 112 1.32 (33.5)
6.26 (159.0) 115 1.30 (33.0)
6.22 (158.0) 118 1.28 (32.5)
6.18 (157.0) 121 1.26 (32.0)

1 Wear Chart: 4702

176
D6H, D6R, D6T - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Rollers (1)
SystemOne Track

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
8.26 (210.0) 0 0.82 (21.0) 1.88 (47.8)
8.18 (208.0) 6 0.86 (22.0) 1.84 (46.7)
8.10 (205.5) 12 0.90 (23.0) 1.80 (45.7)
8.02 (203.5) 18 0.94 (24.0) 1.76 (44.7)
7.94 (201.5) 24 0.98 (25.0) 1.72 (43.7)
7.86 (199.5) 30 1.02 (26.0) 1.68 (42.7)
7.78 (197.5) 36 1.06 (27.0) 1.64 (41.7)
7.70 (195.5) 42 1.10 (28.0) 1.60 (40.6)
7.62 (193.5) 48 1.14 (29.0) 1.56 (39.6)
7.54 (191.5) 54 1.18 (30.0) 1.52 (38.6)
7.46 (189.5) 60 1.22 (31.0) 1.48 (37.6)
7.38 (187.5) 64 1.26 (32.0) 1.44 (36.6)
7.30 (185.5) 68 1.30 (33.0) 1.40 (35.6)
7.22 (183.5) 72 1.34 (34.0) 1.36 (34.5)
7.14 (181.5) 76 1.38 (35.0) 1.32 (33.5)
7.06 (179.5) 80 1.42 (36.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.98 (177.5) 84 1.46 (37.0) 1.24 (31.5)
6.90 (175.5) 88 1.50 (38.0) 1.20 (30.5)
6.82 (173.0) 92 1.54 (39.0) 1.16 (29.5)
6.74 (171.0) 96 1.58 (40.0) 1.12 (28.4)
6.66 (169.0) 100 1.62 (41.0) 1.08 (27.4)
6.58 (167.0) 104 1.66 (42.0) 1.04 (26.4)
6.50 (165.0) 108 1.70 (43.0) 1.00 (25.4)
6.42 (163.0) 112 1.74 (44.0) 0.96 (24.4)
6.34 (161.0) 116 1.78 (45.0) 0.92 (23.4)
6.26 (159.0) 120 1.82 (46.0) 0.88 (22.4)

1 Wear Chart: 5306

177
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Use with Heavy Duty, Rotating Bushing, or Enhanced SALT Track
195-6515 & 16, 8E-7405 & 06, 378-8241 & 42, or 228-2735 & 36 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
8.26 (210.0) 0 0.59 (15.0) 1.88 (47.8)
8.18 (208.0) 6 0.63 (16.0) 1.84 (46.7)
8.10 (205.5) 12 0.67 (17.0) 1.80 (45.7)
8.02 (203.5) 18 0.71 (18.0) 1.76 (44.7)
7.94 (201.5) 24 0.75 (19.0) 1.72 (43.7)
7.86 (199.5) 30 0.79 (20.0) 1.68 (42.7)
7.78 (197.5) 36 0.83 (21.0) 1.64 (41.7)
7.70 (195.5) 42 0.87 (22.0) 1.60 (40.6)
7.62 (193.5) 48 0.91 (23.0) 1.56 (39.6)
7.54 (191.5) 54 0.95 (24.0) 1.52 (38.6)
7.46 (189.5) 60 0.99 (25.0) 1.48 (37.6)
7.38 (187.5) 64 1.03 (26.0) 1.44 (36.6)
7.30 (185.5) 68 1.07 (27.0) 1.40 (35.6)
7.22 (183.5) 72 1.11 (28.0) 1.36 (34.5)
7.14 (181.5) 76 1.15 (29.0) 1.32 (33.5)
7.06 (179.5) 80 1.19 (30.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.98 (177.5) 84 1.23 (31.0) 1.24 (31.5)
6.90 (175.5) 88 1.27 (32.5) 1.20 (30.5)
6.82 (173.0) 92 1.31 (33.5) 1.16 (29.5)
6.74 (171.0) 96 1.35 (34.5) 1.12 (28.4)
6.66 (169.0) 100 1.39 (35.5) 1.08 (27.4)
6.58 (167.0) 104 1.43 (36.5) 1.04 (26.4)
6.50 (165.0) 108 1.47 (37.5) 1.00 (25.4)
6.42 (163.0) 112 1.51 (38.5) 0.96 (24.4)
6.34 (161.0) 116 1.55 (39.5) 0.92 (23.4)
6.26 (159.0) 120 1.59 (40.5) 0.88 (22.4)

1 Flange diameter is 9.45 in. (240 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5312

178
D6H, D6R, D6T - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
General Duty
Use with Heavy Duty, Rotating Bushing, Enhanced SALT or General Duty Track
195-6515 & 16, 8E-7405 & 06, 378-8241 & 42, 228-2735 & 36, or 418-2091 & 92 Links
Not for use on 527

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
8.26 (210.0) 0 0.59 (15.0) 1.88 (47.8)
8.18 (208.0) 7 0.63 (16.0) 1.84 (46.7)
8.10 (205.5) 14 0.67 (17.0) 1.80 (45.7)
8.02 (203.5) 21 0.71 (18.0) 1.76 (44.7)
7.94 (201.5) 28 0.75 (19.0) 1.72 (43.7)
7.86 (199.5) 35 0.79 (20.0) 1.68 (42.7)
7.78 (197.5) 42 0.83 (21.0) 1.64 (41.7)
7.70 (195.5) 49 0.87 (22.0) 1.60 (40.6)
7.62 (193.5) 56 0.91 (23.0) 1.56 (39.6)
7.54 (191.5) 62 0.95 (24.0) 1.52 (38.6)
7.46 (189.5) 65 0.99 (25.0) 1.48 (37.6)
7.38 (187.5) 69 1.03 (26.0) 1.44 (36.6)
7.30 (185.5) 72 1.07 (27.0) 1.40 (35.6)
7.22 (183.5) 76 1.11 (28.0) 1.36 (34.5)
7.14 (181.5) 79 1.15 (29.0) 1.32 (33.5)
7.06 (179.5) 83 1.19 (30.0) 1.28 (32.5)
6.98 (177.5) 86 1.23 (31.0) 1.24 (31.5)
6.90 (175.5) 90 1.27 (32.5) 1.20 (30.5)
6.82 (173.0) 93 1.31 (33.5) 1.16 (29.5)
6.74 (171.0) 97 1.35 (34.5) 1.12 (28.4)
6.66 (169.0) 100 1.39 (35.5) 1.08 (27.4)
6.58 (167.0) 104 1.43 (36.5) 1.04 (26.4)
6.50 (165.0) 107 1.47 (37.5) 1.00 (25.4)
6.42 (163.0) 111 1.51 (38.5) 0.96 (24.4)
6.34 (161.0) 114 1.55 (39.5) 0.92 (23.4)
6.26 (159.0) 118 1.59 (40.5) 0.88 (22.4)
6.18 (157.0) 121 1.63 (41.5) 0.84 (21.3)

1 Flange diameter is 9.45 in. (240 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5307

179
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Tall Flange Track Rollers (1) (2)
Tall Flange Double Flange Rollers
Use with Heavy Duty and Rotating Bushing Track
195-6515 & 16, 8E-7405 & 06, or 378-8241 & 42 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
8.26 (210.0) 0 0.77 (19.5) 1.88 (47.8)
8.20 (208.5) 5 0.80 (20.5) 1.85 (47.0)
8.14 (207.0) 10 0.83 (21.0) 1.82 (46.2)
8.08 (205.0) 15 0.86 (22.0) 1.79 (45.5)
8.02 (203.5) 20 0.89 (22.5) 1.76 (44.7)
7.96 (202.0) 25 0.92 (23.5) 1.73 (43.9)
7.90 (200.5) 30 0.95 (24.0) 1.70 (43.2)
7.84 (199.0) 35 0.98 (25.0) 1.67 (42.4)
7.78 (197.5) 40 1.01 (25.5) 1.64 (41.7)
7.72 (196.0) 45 1.04 (26.5) 1.61 (40.9)
7.66 (194.5) 50 1.07 (27.0) 1.58 (40.1)
7.60 (193.0) 55 1.10 (28.0) 1.55 (39.4)
7.54 (191.5) 60 1.13 (28.5) 1.52 (38.6)
7.48 (190.0) 65 1.16 (29.5) 1.49 (37.8)
7.42 (188.5) 70 1.19 (30.0) 1.46 (37.1)
7.36 (187.0) 75 1.22 (31.0) 1.43 (36.3)
7.30 (185.5) 80 1.25 (32.0) 1.40 (35.6)
7.24 (184.0) 85 1.28 (32.5) 1.37 (34.8)
7.18 (182.5) 90 1.31 (33.5) 1.34 (34.0)
7.12 (181.0) 95 1.34 (34.0) 1.31 (33.3)
7.06 (179.5) 100 1.37 (35.0) 1.28 (32.5)
7.00 (178.0) 104 1.40 (35.5) 1.25 (31.8)
6.94 (176.5) 108 1.43 (36.5) 1.22 (31.0)
6.88 (175.0) 112 1.46 (37.0) 1.19 (30.2)
6.82 (173.0) 116 1.49 (38.0) 1.16 (29.5)
6.76 (171.5) 120 1.52 (38.5) 1.13 (28.7)

1 Flange diameter is 9.82 in. (249.5 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 6201

180
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Not for use on 527 with Optional Large Diameter Bushing

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
8.85 (225.0) 0
8.80 (223.5) 7
8.75 (222.5) 14
8.70 (221.0) 21
8.65 (219.5) 28
8.60 (218.5) 35
8.55 (217.0) 42
8.50 (216.0) 49
8.45 (214.5) 55
8.40 (213.5) 60
8.35 (212.0) 65
8.30 (211.0) 70
8.25 (209.5) 75
8.20 (208.5) 80
8.15 (207.0) 85
8.10 (205.5) 90
8.05 (204.5) 95
8.00 (203.0) 100
7.95 (202.0) 105
7.90 (200.5) 110
7.85 (199.5) 115
7.80 (198.0) 120

NOTE

Note: Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7101

181
D6H, D6R, D6T, 527 - 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Use only with 527 Optional Large Diameter Bushing

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
8.55 (217.0) 0
8.50 (216.0) 10
8.45 (214.5) 20
8.40 (213.5) 30
8.35 (212.0) 40
8.30 (211.0) 50
8.25 (209.5) 60
8.20 (208.5) 68
8.15 (207.0) 76
8.10 (205.5) 84
8.05 (204.5) 92
8.00 (203.0) 100
7.95 (202.0) 108
7.90 (200.5) 116
7.85 (199.5) 124

NOTE

Note: Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7102

182
Notes

183
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Links (1)
Heavy Duty Track
Rotating Bushing Track
6I-9239 & 40
165-1758 & 59

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
5.50 (139.5) 0 1.66 (42.2)
5.48 (139.0) 4 1.64 (41.7)
5.46 (138.5) 8 1.62 (41.1)
5.44 (138.0) 12 1.60 (40.6)
5.42 (137.5) 16 1.58 (40.1)
5.40 (137.0) 20 1.56 (39.6)
5.38 (136.5) 24 1.54 (39.1)
5.36 (136.0) 28 1.52 (38.6)
5.34 (135.5) 32 1.50 (38.1)
5.32 (135.0) 36 1.48 (37.6)
5.30 (134.5) 40 1.46 (37.1)
5.28 (134.0) 44 1.44 (36.6)
5.26 (133.5) 48 1.42 (36.1)
5.24 (133.0) 52 1.40 (35.6)
5.22 (132.5) 56 1.38 (35.1)
5.20 (132.0) 60 1.36 (34.5)
5.18 (131.5) 64 1.34 (34.0)
5.16 (131.0) 68 1.32 (33.5)
5.14 (130.5) 72 1.30 (33.0)
5.12 (130.0) 76 1.28 (32.5)
5.10 (129.5) 80 1.26 (32.0)
5.08 (129.0) 84 1.24 (31.5)
5.06 (128.5) 88 1.22 (31.0)
5.04 (128.0) 92 1.20 (30.5)
5.02 (127.5) 96 1.18 (30.0)
5.00 (127.0) 100 1.16 (29.5)
4.98 (126.5) 104 1.14 (29.0)
4.96 (126.0) 108 1.12 (28.4)
4.94 (125.5) 112 1.10 (27.9)
4.92 (125.0) 116 1.08 (27.4)
4.90 (124.5) 120 1.06 (26.9)

1 Wear Chart: 128

184
D7H, D7R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Links (1)
General Duty
422-2659 & 60

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


In (mm) % Worn In (mm)
5.50 (139.5) 0 1.66 (42.2)
5.48 (139.0) 5 1.64 (41.7)
5.46 (138.5) 10 1.62 (41.1)
5.44 (138.0) 15 1.60 (40.6)
5.42 (137.5) 20 1.58 (40.1)
5.40 (137.0) 25 1.56 (39.6)
5.38 (136.5) 30 1.54 (39.1)
5.36 (136.0) 35 1.52 (38.6)
5.34 (135.5) 40 1.50 (38.1)
5.32 (135.0) 45 1.48 (37.6)
5.30 (134.5) 50 1.46 (37.1)
5.28 (134.0) 55 1.44 (36.6)
5.26 (133.5) 60 1.42 (36.1)
5.24 (133.0) 64 1.40 (35.6)
5.22 (132.5) 67 1.38 (35.1)
5.20 (132.0) 70 1.36 (34.5)
5.18 (131.5) 73 1.34 (34.0)
5.16 (131.0) 76 1.32 (33.5)
5.14 (130.5) 79 1.30 (33.0)
5.12 (130.0) 82 1.28 (32.5)
5.10 (129.5) 85 1.26 (32.0)
5.08 (129.0) 88 1.24 (31.5)
5.06 (128.5) 91 1.22 (31.0)
5.04 (128.0) 94 1.20 (30.5)
5.02 (127.5) 97 1.18 (30.0)
5.00 (127.0) 100 1.16 (29.5)
4.98 (126.5) 103 1.14 (29.0)
4.96 (126.0) 106 1.12 (28.4)
4.94 (125.5) 109 1.10 (27.9)
4.92 (125.0) 112 1.08 (27.4)
4.90 (124.5) 115 1.06 (26.9)
4.88 (124.0) 118 1.04 (26.4)
4.86 (123.5) 121 1.02 (25.9)

1 Wear Chart: 123

185
D7H - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Links (1)
Enhanced SALT Track
255-4789 & 90
289-3083 & 84

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
5.31 (135.0) 0 1.62 (41.1)
5.29 (134.5) 5 1.60 (40.6)
5.27 (134.0) 10 1.58 (40.1)
5.25 (133.5) 15 1.56 (39.6)
5.23 (133.0) 20 1.54 (39.1)
5.21 (132.5) 25 1.52 (38.6)
5.19 (132.0) 30 1.50 (38.1)
5.17 (131.5) 35 1.48 (37.6)
5.15 (131.0) 40 1.46 (37.1)
5.13 (130.5) 45 1.44 (36.6)
5.11 (130.0) 50 1.42 (36.1)
5.09 (129.5) 55 1.40 (35.6)
5.07 (129.0) 60 1.38 (35.1)
5.05 (128.5) 64 1.36 (34.5)
5.03 (128.0) 67 1.34 (34.0)
5.01 (127.5) 70 1.32 (33.5)
4.99 (126.5) 73 1.30 (33.0)
4.97 (126.0) 76 1.28 (32.5)
4.95 (125.5) 79 1.26 (32.0)
4.93 (125.0) 82 1.24 (31.5)
4.91 (124.5) 85 1.22 (31.0)
4.89 (124.0) 88 1.20 (30.5)
4.87 (123.5) 91 1.18 (30.0)
4.85 (123.0) 94 1.16 (29.5)
4.83 (122.5) 97 1.14 (29.0)
4.81 (122.0) 100 1.12 (28.4)
4.79 (121.5) 103 1.10 (27.9)
4.77 (121.0) 106 1.08 (27.4)
4.75 (120.5) 109 1.06 (26.9)
4.73 (120.0) 112 1.04 (26.4)
4.71 (119.5) 115 1.02 (25.9)
4.69 (119.0) 118 1.00 (25.4)
4.67 (118.5) 121 0.98 (24.9)

1 Wear Chart: 130

186
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Links (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track
9G-2417 & 18

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
5.17 (131.5) 0 1.46 (37.1)
5.15 (131.0) 5 1.44 (36.6)
5.13 (130.5) 10 1.42 (36.1)
5.11 (130.0) 15 1.40 (35.6)
5.09 (129.5) 20 1.38 (35.1)
5.07 (129.0) 25 1.36 (34.5)
5.05 (128.5) 30 1.34 (34.0)
5.03 (128.0) 35 1.32 (33.5)
5.01 (127.5) 40 1.30 (33.0)
4.99 (126.5) 45 1.28 (32.5)
4.97 (126.0) 50 1.26 (32.0)
4.95 (125.5) 55 1.24 (31.5)
4.93 (125.0) 60 1.22 (31.0)
4.91 (124.5) 65 1.20 (30.5)
4.89 (124.0) 70 1.18 (30.0)
4.87 (123.5) 75 1.16 (29.5)
4.85 (123.0) 80 1.14 (29.0)
4.83 (122.5) 85 1.12 (28.4)
4.81 (122.0) 90 1.10 (27.9)
4.79 (121.5) 95 1.08 (27.4)
4.77 (121.0) 100 1.06 (26.9)
4.75 (120.5) 104 1.04 (26.4)
4.73 (120.0) 108 1.02 (25.9)
4.71 (119.5) 112 1.00 (25.4)
4.69 (119.0) 116 0.98 (24.9)
4.67 (118.5) 120 0.96 (24.4)

1 Wear Chart: 122

187
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Bushings (1)
Heavy Duty Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.11 (79.0) 0 0 0.60 (15.2) 3.86 (98.0)
3.09 (78.5) 10 8 0.58 (14.7) 3.84 (97.5)
3.07 (78.0) 20 16 0.56 (14.2) 3.82 (97.0)
3.05 (77.5) 30 24 0.54 (13.7) 3.80 (96.5)
3.03 (77.0) 40 32 0.52 (13.2) 3.78 (96.0)
3.01 (76.5) 50 40 0.50 (12.7) 3.76 (95.5)
2.99 (75.9) 60 44 0.48 (12.2) 3.74 (95.0)
2.97 (75.4) 68 48 0.46 (11.7) 3.72 (94.5)
2.95 (74.9) 72 52 0.44 (11.2) 3.70 (94.0)
2.93 (74.4) 76 56 0.42 (10.7) 3.68 (93.5)
2.91 (73.9) 80 60 0.40 (10.2) 3.66 (93.0)
2.89 (73.4) 84 64 0.38 (9.7) 3.64 (92.5)
2.87 (72.9) 88 68 0.36 (9.1) 3.62 (91.9)
2.85 (72.4) 92 72 0.34 (8.6) 3.60 (91.4)
2.83 (71.9) 96 76 0.32 (8.1) 3.58 (90.9)
2.81 (71.4) 100 80 0.30 (7.6) 3.56 (90.4)
2.79 (70.9) 104 84 0.28 (7.1) 3.54 (89.9)
2.77 (70.4) 108 88 0.26 (6.6) 3.52 (89.4)
2.75 (69.9) 112 92 0.24 (6.1) 3.50 (88.9)
2.73 (69.3) 116 96 0.22 (5.6) 3.48 (88.4)
2.71 (68.8) 120 100 0.20 (5.1) 3.46 (87.9)
2.69 (68.3) 104 0.18 (4.6) 3.44 (87.4)
2.67 (67.8) 108 0.16 (4.1) 3.42 (86.9)
2.65 (67.3) 112 0.14 (3.6) 3.40 (86.4)
2.63 (66.8) 116 0.12 (3.0) 3.38 (85.9)
2.61 (66.3) 120 0.10 (2.5) 3.36 (85.3)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 726

188
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Bushings (1)
Rotating Bushing Track

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.11 (79.0) 0 0.61 (15.5) 3.86 (98.0)
3.07 (78.0) 8 0.59 (15.0) 3.84 (97.5)
3.03 (77.0) 16 0.57 (14.5) 3.82 (97.0)
2.99 (75.9) 24 0.55 (14.0) 3.80 (96.5)
2.95 (74.9) 32 0.53 (13.5) 3.78 (96.0)
2.91 (73.9) 40 0.51 (13.0) 3.76 (95.5)
2.87 (72.9) 44 0.49 (12.4) 3.74 (95.0)
2.83 (71.9) 48 0.47 (11.9) 3.72 (94.5)
2.79 (70.9) 52 0.45 (11.4) 3.70 (94.0)
2.75 (69.9) 56 0.43 (10.9) 3.68 (93.5)
2.71 (68.8) 60 0.41 (10.4) 3.66 (93.0)
2.67 (67.8) 64 0.39 (9.9) 3.64 (92.5)
2.63 (66.8) 68 0.37 (9.4) 3.62 (91.9)
2.59 (65.8) 72 0.35 (8.9) 3.60 (91.4)
2.55 (64.8) 76 0.33 (8.4) 3.58 (90.9)
2.51 (63.8) 80 0.31 (7.9) 3.56 (90.4)
2.47 (62.7) 84 0.29 (7.4) 3.54 (89.9)
2.43 (61.7) 88 0.27 (6.9) 3.52 (89.4)
2.39 (60.7) 92 0.25 (6.3) 3.50 (88.9)
2.35 (59.7) 96 0.23 (5.8) 3.48 (88.4)
2.31 (58.7) 100 0.21 (5.3) 3.46 (87.9)
2.27 (57.7) 104 0.19 (4.8) 3.44 (87.4)
2.23 (56.6) 108 0.17 (4.3) 3.42 (86.9)
2.19 (55.6) 112 0.15 (3.8) 3.40 (86.4)
2.15 (54.6) 116 0.13 (3.3) 3.38 (85.9)
2.11 (53.6) 120 0.11 (2.8) 3.36 (85.3)

1 Wear Chart: 727/728

189
D7H, D7R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Bushings (1)
General Duty
Use with 422-2659 & 60 Links

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.11 (79.0) 0 0.60 (15.2) 3.86 (98.0)
3.09 (78.5) 10 0.58 (14.7) 3.84 (97.5)
3.07 (78.0) 20 0.56 (14.2) 3.82 (97.0)
3.05 (77.5) 30 0.54 (13.7) 3.80 (96.5)
3.03 (77.0) 40 0.52 (13.2) 3.78 (96.0)
3.01 (76.5) 50 0.50 (12.7) 3.76 (95.5)
2.99 (75.9) 58 0.48 (12.2) 3.74 (95.0)
2.97 (75.4) 61 0.46 (11.7) 3.72 (94.5)
2.95 (74.9) 64 0.44 (11.2) 3.70 (94.0)
2.93 (74.4) 67 0.42 (10.7) 3.68 (93.5)
2.91 (73.9) 70 0.40 (10.2) 3.66 (93.0)
2.89 (73.4) 73 0.38 (9.7) 3.64 (92.5)
2.87 (72.9) 76 0.36 (9.1) 3.62 (91.9)
2.85 (72.4) 79 0.34 (8.6) 3.60 (91.4)
2.83 (71.9) 82 0.32 (8.1) 3.58 (90.9)
2.81 (71.4) 85 0.30 (7.6) 3.56 (90.4)
2.79 (70.9) 88 0.28 (7.1) 3.54 (89.9)
2.77 (70.4) 91 0.26 (6.6) 3.52 (89.4)
2.75 (69.9) 94 0.24 (6.1) 3.50 (88.9)
2.73 (69.3) 97 0.22 (5.6) 3.48 (88.4)
2.71 (68.8) 100 0.20 (5.1) 3.46 (87.9)
2.69 (68.3) 103 0.18 (4.6) 3.44 (87.4)
2.67 (67.8) 106 0.16 (4.1) 3.42 (86.9)
2.65 (67.3) 109 0.14 (3.6) 3.40 (86.4)
2.63 (66.8) 112 0.12 (3.0) 3.38 (85.9)
2.61 (66.3) 115 0.10 (2.5) 3.36 (85.3)
2.59 (65.8) 118 0.08 (2.0) 3.34 (84.8)
2.57 (65.3) 121 0.06 (1.5) 3.32 (84.3)

1 Wear Chart: 721

190
D7H - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Bushings (1)
Enhanced SALT Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.11 (79.0) 0 0 0.60 (15.2) 3.78 (96.0)
3.09 (78.5) 12 10 0.58 (14.7) 3.76 (95.5)
3.07 (78.0) 22 20 0.56 (14.2) 3.74 (95.0)
3.05 (77.5) 28 30 0.54 (13.7) 3.72 (94.5)
3.03 (77.0) 34 36 0.52 (13.2) 3.70 (94.0)
3.01 (76.5) 40 40 0.50 (12.7) 3.68 (93.5)
2.99 (75.9) 46 44 0.48 (12.2) 3.66 (93.0)
2.97 (75.4) 52 48 0.46 (11.7) 3.64 (92.5)
2.95 (74.9) 58 52 0.44 (11.2) 3.62 (91.9)
2.93 (74.4) 64 56 0.42 (10.7) 3.60 (91.4)
2.91 (73.9) 70 60 0.40 (10.2) 3.58 (90.9)
2.89 (73.4) 76 64 0.38 (9.7) 3.56 (90.4)
2.87 (72.9) 82 68 0.36 (9.1) 3.54 (89.9)
2.85 (72.4) 88 72 0.34 (8.6) 3.52 (89.4)
2.83 (71.9) 94 76 0.32 (8.1) 3.50 (88.9)
2.81 (71.4) 100 80 0.30 (7.6) 3.48 (88.4)
2.79 (70.9) 106 84 0.28 (7.1) 3.46 (87.9)
2.77 (70.4) 112 88 0.26 (6.6) 3.44 (87.4)
2.75 (69.9) 118 92 0.24 (6.1) 3.42 (86.9)
2.73 (69.3) 124 96 0.22 (5.6) 3.40 (86.4)
2.71 (68.8) 100 0.20 (5.1) 3.38 (85.9)
2.69 (68.3) 104 0.18 (4.6) 3.36 (85.3)
2.67 (67.8) 108 0.16 (4.1) 3.34 (84.8)
2.65 (67.3) 112 0.14 (3.6) 3.32 (84.3)
2.63 (66.8) 116 0.12 (3.0) 3.30 (83.8)
2.61 (66.3) 120 0.10 (2.5) 3.28 (83.3)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 730

191
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.11 (79.0) 0 0 0.60 (15.2) 3.80 (96.5)
3.09 (78.5) 10 8 0.58 (14.7) 3.78 (96.0)
3.07 (78.0) 20 16 0.56 (14.2) 3.76 (95.5)
3.05 (77.5) 30 24 0.54 (13.7) 3.74 (95.0)
3.03 (77.0) 40 32 0.52 (13.2) 3.72 (94.5)
3.01 (76.5) 50 40 0.50 (12.7) 3.70 (94.0)
2.99 (75.9) 60 44 0.48 (12.2) 3.68 (93.5)
2.97 (75.4) 68 48 0.46 (11.7) 3.66 (93.0)
2.95 (74.9) 72 52 0.44 (11.2) 3.64 (92.5)
2.93 (74.4) 76 56 0.42 (10.7) 3.62 (91.9)
2.91 (73.9) 80 60 0.40 (10.2) 3.60 (91.4)
2.89 (73.4) 84 64 0.38 (9.7) 3.58 (90.9)
2.87 (72.9) 88 68 0.36 (9.1) 3.56 (90.4)
2.85 (72.4) 92 72 0.34 (8.6) 3.54 (89.9)
2.83 (71.9) 96 76 0.32 (8.1) 3.52 (89.4)
2.81 (71.4) 100 80 0.30 (7.6) 3.50 (88.9)
2.79 (70.9) 104 84 0.28 (7.1) 3.48 (88.4)
2.77 (70.4) 108 88 0.26 (6.6) 3.46 (87.9)
2.75 (69.9) 112 92 0.24 (6.1) 3.44 (87.4)
2.73 (69.3) 116 96 0.22 (5.6) 3.42 (86.9)
2.71 (68.8) 120 100 0.20 (5.1) 3.40 (86.4)
2.69 (68.3) 104 0.18 (4.6) 3.38 (85.9)
2.67 (67.8) 108 0.16 (4.1) 3.36 (85.3)
2.65 (67.3) 112 0.14 (3.6) 3.34 (84.8)
2.63 (66.8) 116 0.12 (3.0) 3.32 (84.3)
2.61 (66.3) 120 0.10 (2.5) 3.30 (83.8)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 723

192
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.20 (81.5) 0 0 3.90 (99.1)
3.10 (78.5) 6 5 3.80 (96.5)
3.00 (76.0) 12 10 3.70 (94.0)
2.90 (73.5) 18 15 3.60 (91.4)
2.80 (71.0) 24 20 3.50 (88.9)
2.70 (68.5) 30 25 3.40 (86.4)
2.60 (66.0) 36 30 3.30 (83.8)
2.50 (63.5) 42 35 3.20 (81.3)
2.40 (61.0) 48 40 3.10 (78.7)
2.30 (58.5) 54 45 3.00 (76.2)
2.20 (56.0) 60 50 2.90 (73.7)
2.10 (53.5) 66 55 2.80 (71.1)
2.00 (51.0) 72 60 2.70 (68.6)
1.90 (48.5) 78 64 2.60 (66.0)
1.80 (45.5) 84 68 2.50 (63.5)
1.70 (43.0) 90 72 2.40 (61.0)
1.60 (40.5) 95 76 2.30 (58.4)
1.50 (38.0) 100 80 2.20 (55.9)
1.40 (35.5) 105 84 2.10 (53.3)
1.30 (33.0) 110 88 2.00 (50.8)
1.20 (30.5) 115 92 1.90 (48.3)
1.10 (28.0) 120 96 1.80 (45.7)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.70 (43.2)
0.90 (23.0) 104 1.60 (40.6)
0.80 (20.5) 108 1.50 (38.1)
0.70 (18.0) 112 1.40 (35.6)
0.60 (15.0) 116 1.30 (33.0)
0.50 (12.5) 120 1.20 (30.5)

1 Wear Chart: 1624

193
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service
Genuine and General Duty

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
2.90 (73.5) 0 0 3.45 (87.6)
2.80 (71.0) 8 6 3.35 (85.1)
2.70 (68.5) 16 12 3.25 (82.6)
2.60 (66.0) 23 18 3.15 (80.0)
2.50 (63.5) 30 24 3.05 (77.5)
2.40 (61.0) 37 30 2.95 (74.9)
2.30 (58.5) 44 35 2.85 (72.4)
2.20 (56.0) 51 40 2.75 (69.9)
2.10 (53.5) 58 45 2.65 (67.3)
2.00 (51.0) 65 50 2.55 (64.8)
1.90 (48.5) 72 55 2.45 (62.2)
1.80 (45.5) 79 60 2.35 (59.7)
1.70 (43.0) 86 65 2.25 (57.2)
1.60 (40.5) 93 70 2.15 (54.6)
1.50 (38.0) 100 75 2.05 (52.1)
1.40 (35.5) 107 80 1.95 (49.5)
1.30 (33.0) 114 85 1.85 (47.0)
1.20 (30.5) 121 90 1.75 (44.5)
1.10 (28.0) 95 1.65 (41.9)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.55 (39.4)
0.90 (23.0) 105 1.45 (36.8)
0.80 (20.5) 110 1.35 (34.3)
0.70 (18.0) 115 1.25 (31.8)
0.60 (15.0) 120 1.15 (29.2)

1 Wear Chart: 1326

194
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Double Grouser

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
1.95 (49.5) 0 0 2.55 (64.8)
1.90 (48.5) 5 4 2.50 (63.5)
1.85 (47.0) 10 8 2.45 (62.2)
1.80 (45.5) 15 12 2.40 (61.0)
1.75 (44.5) 20 16 2.35 (59.7)
1.70 (43.0) 24 20 2.30 (58.4)
1.65 (42.0) 28 24 2.25 (57.2)
1.60 (40.5) 32 28 2.20 (55.9)
1.55 (39.5) 36 32 2.15 (54.6)
1.50 (38.0) 40 36 2.10 (53.3)
1.45 (37.0) 44 40 2.05 (52.1)
1.40 (35.5) 48 44 2.00 (50.8)
1.35 (34.5) 52 48 1.95 (49.5)
1.30 (33.0) 56 52 1.90 (48.3)
1.25 (32.0) 60 55 1.85 (47.0)
1.20 (30.5) 64 58 1.80 (45.7)
1.15 (29.0) 68 61 1.75 (44.5)
1.10 (28.0) 72 64 1.70 (43.2)
1.05 (26.5) 76 67 1.65 (41.9)
1.00 (25.5) 80 70 1.60 (40.6)
0.95 (24.0) 84 73 1.55 (39.4)
0.90 (23.0) 88 76 1.50 (38.1)
0.85 (21.5) 92 79 1.45 (36.8)
0.80 (20.5) 96 82 1.40 (35.6)
0.75 (19.0) 100 85 1.35 (34.3)
0.70 (18.0) 104 88 1.30 (33.0)
0.65 (16.5) 108 91 1.25 (31.8)
0.60 (15.0) 112 94 1.20 (30.5)
0.55 (14.0) 116 97 1.15 (29.2)
0.50 (12.5) 120 100 1.10 (27.9)
0.45 (11.5) 103 1.05 (26.7)
0.40 (10.0) 106 1.00 (25.4)
0.35 (9.0) 109 0.95 (24.1)
0.30 (7.5) 112 0.90 (22.9)
0.25 (6.5) 115 0.85 (21.6)
0.20 (5.0) 118 0.80 (20.3)
0.15 (4.0) 121 0.75 (19.1)

1 Wear Chart: 2222

195
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Self Cleaning

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
4.36 (110.5) 0
4.34 (110.0) 4
4.32 (109.5) 8
4.30 (109.0) 12
4.28 (108.5) 16
4.26 (108.0) 20
4.24 (107.5) 24
4.22 (107.0) 28
4.20 (106.5) 32
4.18 (106.0) 36
4.16 (105.5) 40
4.14 (105.0) 44
4.12 (104.5) 48
4.10 (104.0) 52
4.08 (103.5) 55
4.06 (103.0) 58
4.04 (102.5) 61
4.02 (102.0) 64
4.00 (101.5) 67
3.98 (101.0) 70
3.96 (100.5) 73
3.94 (100.0) 76
3.92 (99.5) 79
3.90 (99.0) 82
3.88 (98.5) 85
3.86 (98.0) 88
3.84 (97.5) 91
3.82 (97.0) 94
3.80 (96.5) 97
3.78 (96.0) 100
3.76 (95.5) 103
3.74 (95.0) 106
3.72 (94.5) 109
3.70 (94.0) 112
3.68 (93.5) 115
3.66 (93.0) 118
3.64 (92.5) 121

1 Wear Chart: 1920

196
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Chopper

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
3.15 (80.0) 0 3.75 (95.3)
3.05 (77.5) 5 3.65 (92.7)
2.95 (75.0) 10 3.55 (90.2)
2.85 (72.5) 15 3.45 (87.6)
2.75 (70.0) 20 3.35 (85.1)
2.65 (67.5) 24 3.25 (82.6)
2.55 (65.0) 28 3.15 (80.0)
2.45 (62.0) 32 3.05 (77.5)
2.35 (59.5) 36 2.95 (74.9)
2.25 (57.0) 40 2.85 (72.4)
2.15 (54.5) 44 2.75 (69.9)
2.05 (52.0) 48 2.65 (67.3)
1.95 (49.5) 52 2.55 (64.8)
1.85 (47.0) 56 2.45 (62.2)
1.75 (44.5) 60 2.35 (59.7)
1.65 (42.0) 64 2.25 (57.2)
1.55 (39.5) 68 2.15 (54.6)
1.45 (37.0) 72 2.05 (52.1)
1.35 (34.5) 76 1.95 (49.5)
1.25 (31.5) 80 1.85 (47.0)
1.15 (29.0) 84 1.75 (44.5)
1.05 (26.5) 88 1.65 (41.9)
0.95 (24.0) 92 1.55 (39.4)
0.85 (21.5) 96 1.45 (36.8)
0.75 (19.0) 100 1.35 (34.3)
0.65 (16.5) 104 1.25 (31.7)
0.55 (14.0) 108 1.15 (29.2)
0.45 (11.5) 112 1.0 (26.7)
0.35 (9.0) 116 0.95 (24.1)
0.25 (6.5) 120 0.85 (21.6)

1 Wear Chart: 3100

197
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3)
Center Tread Idler

Ultrasonic, Depth Gauge or Caliper


Inches (mm) % Worn
1.66 (42.0) 0
1.64 (41.5) 4
1.62 (41.0) 8
1.60 (40.5) 12
1.58 (40.0) 16
1.56 (39.5) 19
1.54 (39.0) 22
1.52 (38.5) 25
1.50 (38.0) 28
1.48 (37.5) 31
1.46 (37.0) 34
1.44 (36.5) 37
1.42 (36.0) 40
1.40 (35.5) 43
1.38 (35.0) 46
1.36 (34.5) 49
1.34 (34.0) 52
1.32 (33.5) 55
1.30 (33.0) 58
1.28 (32.5) 61
1.26 (32.0) 64
1.24 (31.5) 67
1.22 (31.0) 70
1.20 (30.5) 73
1.18 (30.0) 76
1.16 (29.5) 79
1.14 (29.0) 82
1.12 (28.5) 85
1.10 (28.0) 88
1.08 (27.5) 91
1.06 (27.0) 94
1.04 (26.5) 97
1.02 (26.0) 100
1.00 (25.5) 103
0.98 (25.0) 106
0.96 (24.5) 109
0.94 (24.0) 112
0.92 (23.5) 115
0.90 (23.0) 118
0.88 (22.5) 121

1 New tread diameter is 25.20 in. (640 mm)


2 For measuring instructions, reference General Information topic Idler Wear Center Tread
Idlers on, page 51.
3 Wear Chart: 4120

198
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3)
Genuine and General Duty

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic Center Flange Wear


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
0.78 (20.0) 0 0.48 (12.2) 0.00 (0.0)
0.82 (21.0) 12 0.44 (11.2) 0.04 (1.0)
0.86 (22.0) 24 0.40 (10.2) 0.08 (2.0)
0.90 (23.0) 36 0.36 (9.1) 0.12 (3.0)
0.94 (24.0) 48 0.32 (8.1) 0.16 (4.0)
0.98 (25.0) 60 0.28 (7.1) 0.20 (5.0)
1.02 (26.0) 68 0.24 (6.1) 0.24 (6.0)
1.06 (27.0) 72 0.20 (5.1) 0.28 (7.0)
1.10 (28.0) 76 0.16 (4.1) 0.32 (8.0)
1.14 (29.0) 80 0.12 (3.0) 0.36 (9.0)
1.18 (30.0) 84 0.08 (2.0) 0.40 (10.0)
1.22 (31.0) 88 0.04 (1.0) 0.44 (11.0)
1.26 (32.0) 92
1.30 (33.0) 96 NOTE
1.34 (34.0) 100
Ultrasonic measurement is to determine
1.38 (35.0) 104 flange wear only. Use ultrasonic only on
1.42 (36.0) 108 fabricated idlers.
1.46 (37.0) 112
1.50 (38.0) 116
1.54 (39.0) 120

1 Flange Width is 4.02 in. (102 mm)


2 New tread diameter is 23.03 in. (585 mm), 23.82 in. (605 mm), or 24.72 in. (628 mm).
3 Wear Chart: 4427

199
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Permanently Sealed

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
7.50 (190.5) 0 2.13 (54.1)
7.42 (188.5) 8 2.09 (53.1)
7.34 (186.5) 16 2.05 (52.1)
7.26 (184.5) 24 2.01 (51.1)
7.18 (182.5) 32 1.97 (50.0)
7.10 (180.5) 40 1.93 (49.0)
7.02 (178.5) 48 1.89 (48.0)
6.94 (176.5) 52 1.85 (47.0)
6.86 (174.0) 56 1.81 (46.0)
6.78 (172.0) 60 1.77 (45.0)
6.70 (170.0) 64 1.73 (43.9)
6.62 (168.0) 68 1.69 (42.9)
6.54 (166.0) 72 1.65 (41.9)
6.46 (164.0) 76 1.61 (40.9)
6.38 (162.0) 80 1.57 (39.9)
6.30 (160.0) 84 1.53 (38.9)
6.22 (158.0) 88 1.49 (37.8)
6.14 (156.0) 92 1.45 (36.8)
6.06 (154.0) 96 1.41 (35.8)
5.98 (152.0) 100 1.37 (34.8)
5.90 (150.0) 104 1.33 (33.8)
5.82 (148.0) 108 1.29 (32.8)
5.74 (146.0) 112 1.25 (31.8)
5.66 (144.0) 116 1.21 (30.7)
5.58 (141.5) 120 1.17 (29.7)

1 Wear Chart: 4726

200
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Bolt-On End Cover

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
7.50 (190.5) 0 1.92 (48.8)
7.42 (188.5) 8 1.88 (47.8)
7.34 (186.5) 16 1.84 (46.7)
7.26 (184.5) 24 1.80 (45.7)
7.18 (182.5) 32 1.76 (44.7)
7.10 (180.5) 40 1.72 (43.7)
7.02 (178.5) 48 1.68 (42.7)
6.94 (176.5) 52 1.64 (41.7)
6.86 (174.0) 56 1.60 (40.6)
6.78 (172.0) 60 1.56 (39.6)
6.70 (170.0) 64 1.52 (38.6)
6.62 (168.0) 68 1.48 (37.6)
6.54 (166.0) 72 1.44 (36.6)
6.46 (164.0) 76 1.40 (35.6)
6.38 (162.0) 80 1.36 (34.5)
6.30 (160.0) 84 1.32 (33.5)
6.22 (158.0) 88 1.28 (32.5)
6.14 (156.0) 92 1.24 (31.5)
6.06 (154.0) 96 1.20 (30.5)
5.98 (152.0) 100 1.16 (29.5)
5.90 (150.0) 104 1.12 (28.4)
5.82 (148.0) 108 1.08 (27.4)
5.74 (146.0) 112 1.04 (26.4)
5.66 (144.0) 116 1.00 (25.4)
5.58 (141.5) 120 0.96 (24.4)

1 Wear Chart: 4725

201
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
Use with Sealed and Lubricated Track

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
7.50 (190.5) 0 1.92 (48.8)
7.46 (189.5) 6 1.90 (48.3)
7.42 (188.5) 12 1.88 (47.8)
7.38 (187.5) 18 1.86 (47.2)
7.34 (186.5) 24 1.84 (46.7)
7.30 (185.5) 30 1.82 (46.2)
7.26 (184.5) 36 1.80 (45.7)
7.22 (183.5) 42 1.78 (45.2)
7.18 (182.5) 48 1.76 (44.7)
7.14 (181.5) 54 1.74 (44.2)
7.10 (180.5) 60 1.72 (43.7)
7.06 (179.5) 66 1.70 (43.2)
7.02 (178.5) 72 1.68 (42.7)
6.98 (177.5) 76 1.66 (42.2)
6.94 (176.5) 80 1.64 (41.7)
6.90 (175.5) 84 1.62 (41.1)
6.86 (174.0) 88 1.60 (40.6)
6.82 (173.0) 92 1.58 (40.1)
6.78 (172.0) 96 1.56 (39.6)
6.74 (171.0) 100 1.54 (39.1)
6.70 (170.0) 104 1.52 (38.6)
6.66 (169.0) 108 1.50 (38.1)
6.62 (168.0) 112 1.48 (37.6)
6.58 (167.0) 116 1.46 (37.1)
6.54 (166.0) 120 1.44 (36.6)

1 Wear Chart: 4720

202
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Rollers with End Collars and Standardized Rollers (1) (2)
Use with Heavy Duty, Rotating Bushing, or Enhanced SALT Track
6I-9239 & 40 or 255-4791 & 92 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
8.76 (222.5) 0 0.63 (16.0) 2.06 (52.3)
8.68 (220.5) 6 0.67 (17.0) 2.02 (51.3)
8.60 (218.5) 12 0.71 (18.0) 1.98 (50.3)
8.52 (216.5) 18 0.75 (19.0) 1.94 (49.3)
8.44 (214.5) 24 0.79 (20.0) 1.90 (48.3)
8.36 (212.5) 30 0.83 (21.0) 1.86 (47.2)
8.28 (210.5) 36 0.87 (22.0) 1.82 (46.2)
8.20 (208.5) 42 0.91 (23.0) 1.78 (45.2)
8.12 (206.0) 48 0.95 (24.0) 1.74 (44.2)
8.04 (204.0) 54 0.99 (25.0) 1.70 (43.2)
7.96 (202.0) 60 1.03 (26.0) 1.66 (42.2)
7.88 (200.0) 64 1.07 (27.0) 1.62 (41.1)
7.80 (198.0) 68 1.11 (28.0) 1.58 (40.1)
7.72 (196.0) 72 1.15 (29.0) 1.54 (39.1)
7.64 (194.0) 76 1.19 (30.0) 1.50 (38.1)
7.56 (192.0) 80 1.23 (31.0) 1.46 (37.1)
7.48 (190.0) 84 1.27 (32.5) 1.42 (36.1)
7.40 (188.0) 88 1.31 (33.5) 1.38 (35.1)
7.32 (186.0) 92 1.35 (34.5) 1.34 (34.0)
7.24 (184.0) 96 1.39 (35.5) 1.30 (33.0)
7.16 (182.0) 100 1.43 (36.5) 1.26 (32.0)
7.08 (180.0) 104 1.47 (37.5) 1.22 (31.0)
7.00 (178.0) 108 1.51 (38.5) 1.18 (30.0)
6.92 (176.0) 112 1.55 (39.5) 1.14 (29.0)
6.84 (173.5) 116 1.59 (40.5) 1.10 (27.9)
6.76 (171.5) 120 1.63 (41.5) 1.06 (26.9)

1 Flange diameter is 10.04 in. (255 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5327

203
D7H, D7R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Rollers with End Caps (1) (2)
General Duty

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
8.76 (222.5) 0 0.63 (16.0) 2.06 (52.3)
8.68 (220.5) 7 0.67 (17.0) 2.02 (51.3)
8.60 (218.5) 14 0.71 (18.0) 1.98 (50.3)
8.52 (216.5) 21 0.75 (19.0) 1.94 (49.3)
8.44 (214.5) 28 0.79 (20.0) 1.90 (48.3)
8.36 (212.5) 35 0.83 (21.0) 1.86 (47.2)
8.28 (210.5) 42 0.87 (22.0) 1.82 (46.2)
8.20 (208.5) 49 0.91 (23.0) 1.78 (45.2)
8.12 (206.0) 56 0.95 (24.0) 1.74 (44.2)
8.04 (204.0) 62 0.99 (25.0) 1.70 (43.2)
7.96 (202.0) 65 1.03 (26.0) 1.66 (42.2)
7.88 (200.0) 69 1.07 (27.0) 1.62 (41.1)
7.80 (198.0) 72 1.11 (28.0) 1.58 (40.1)
7.72 (196.0) 76 1.15 (29.0) 1.54 (39.1)
7.64 (194.0) 79 1.19 (30.0) 1.50 (38.1)
7.56 (192.0) 83 1.23 (31.0) 1.46 (37.1)
7.48 (190.0) 86 1.27 (32.5) 1.42 (36.1)
7.40 (188.0) 90 1.31 (33.5) 1.38 (35.1)
7.32 (186.0) 93 1.35 (34.5) 1.34 (34.0)
7.24 (184.0) 97 1.39 (35.5) 1.30 (33.0)
7.16 (182.0) 100 1.43 (36.5) 1.26 (32.0)
7.08 (180.0) 104 1.47 (37.5) 1.22 (31.0)
7.00 (178.0) 107 1.51 (38.5) 1.18 (30.0)
6.92 (176.0) 111 1.55 (39.5) 1.14 (29.0)
6.84 (173.5) 114 1.59 (40.5) 1.10 (27.9)
6.76 (171.5) 118 1.63 (41.5) 1.06 (26.9)
6.68 (169.5) 121 1.67 (42.5) 1.02 (25.9)

1 Flange diameter is 10.02 in. (255 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5339

204
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Tall Flange Track Rollers with End Collars and Standardized Rollers (1) (2)
Tall Flange Double Flange Rollers
Use with Heavy Duty, Rotating Bushing, or Enhanced SALT Track
6I-9239 & 40 or 255-4791 & 92 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
8.76 (222.5) 0 0.82 (21.0) 2.06 (52.3)
8.68 (220.5) 8 0.86 (22.0) 2.02 (51.3)
8.60 (218.5) 16 0.90 (23.0) 1.98 (50.3)
8.52 (216.5) 24 0.94 (24.0) 1.94 (49.3)
8.44 (214.5) 32 0.98 (25.0) 1.90 (48.3)
8.36 (212.5) 40 1.02 (26.0) 1.86 (47.2)
8.28 (210.5) 46 1.06 (27.0) 1.82 (46.2)
8.20 (208.5) 52 1.10 (28.0) 1.78 (45.2)
8.12 (206.0) 58 1.14 (29.0) 1.74 (44.2)
8.04 (204.0) 64 1.18 (30.0) 1.70 (43.2)
7.96 (202.0) 70 1.22 (31.0) 1.66 (42.2)
7.88 (200.0) 76 1.26 (32.0) 1.62 (41.1)
7.80 (198.0) 82 1.30 (33.0) 1.58 (40.1)
7.72 (196.0) 88 1.34 (34.0) 1.54 (39.1)
7.64 (194.0) 94 1.38 (35.0) 1.50 (38.1)
7.56 (192.0) 100 1.42 (36.0) 1.46 (37.1)
7.48 (190.0) 106 1.46 (37.0) 1.42 (36.1)
7.40 (188.0) 112 1.50 (38.0) 1.38 (35.1)
7.32 (186.0) 118 1.54 (39.0) 1.34 (34.0)
7.24 (184.0) 124 1.58 (40.0) 1.30 (33.0)

1 Flange diameter is 10.43 in. (265 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5328

205
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Rollers with Retainers (1) (2)
Use with Heavy Duty, Rotating Bushing, or Enhanced SALT Track
6I-9239 & 40 or 255-4791 & 92 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
8.74 (222.0) 0 0.65 (16.5) 1.99 (50.5)
8.66 (220.0) 6 0.69 (17.5) 1.95 (49.5)
8.58 (218.0) 12 0.73 (18.5) 1.91 (48.5)
8.50 (216.0) 18 0.77 (19.5) 1.87 (47.5)
8.42 (214.0) 24 0.81 (20.5) 1.83 (46.5)
8.34 (212.0) 30 0.85 (21.5) 1.79 (45.5)
8.26 (210.0) 36 0.89 (22.5) 1.75 (44.5)
8.18 (208.0) 42 0.93 (23.5) 1.71 (43.4)
8.10 (205.5) 48 0.97 (24.5) 1.67 (42.4)
8.02 (203.5) 54 1.01 (25.5) 1.63 (41.4)
7.94 (201.5) 60 1.05 (26.5) 1.59 (40.4)
7.86 (199.5) 64 1.09 (27.5) 1.55 (39.4)
7.78 (197.5) 68 1.13 (28.5) 1.51 (38.4)
7.70 (195.5) 72 1.17 (29.5) 1.47 (37.3)
7.62 (193.5) 76 1.21 (30.5) 1.43 (36.3)
7.54 (191.5) 80 1.25 (32.0) 1.39 (35.3)
7.46 (189.5) 84 1.29 (33.0) 1.35 (34.3)
7.38 (187.5) 88 1.33 (34.0) 1.31 (33.3)
7.30 (185.5) 92 1.37 (35.0) 1.27 (32.3)
7.22 (183.5) 96 1.41 (36.0) 1.23 (31.2)
7.14 (181.5) 100 1.45 (37.0) 1.19 (30.2)
7.06 (179.5) 104 1.49 (38.0) 1.15 (29.2)
6.98 (177.5) 108 1.53 (39.0) 1.11 (28.2)
6.90 (175.5) 112 1.57 (40.0) 1.07 (27.2)
6.82 (173.0) 116 1.61 (41.0) 1.03 (26.2)
6.74 (171.0) 120 1.65 (42.0) 0.99 (25.1)

1 Flange diameter is 10.04 in. (255 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5334

206
D7H, D7R, 572R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Sprockets (1)

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
9.40 (239.0) 0
9.35 (237.5) 7
9.30 (236.0) 14
9.25 (235.0) 21
9.20 (233.5) 28
9.15 (232.5) 35
9.10 (231.0) 40
9.05 (230.0) 45
9.00 (228.5) 50
8.95 (227.5) 55
8.90 (226.0) 60
8.85 (225.0) 65
8.80 (223.5) 70
8.75 (222.5) 75
8.70 (221.0) 80
8.65 (219.5) 85
8.60 (218.5) 90
8.55 (217.0) 95
8.50 (216.0) 100
8.45 (214.5) 105
8.40 (213.5) 110
8.35 (212.0) 115
8.30 (211.0) 120

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7121

207
Notes

208
D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.58 in. (218 mm)
Track Links (1)
SystemOne Track
304-5680

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Greater % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
5.98 (152.0) 0 1.67 (42.4)
5.96 (151.5) 4 1.65 (41.9)
5.94 (151.0) 8 1.63 (41.4)
5.92 (150.5) 12 1.61 (40.9)
5.90 (150.0) 16 1.59 (40.4)
5.88 (149.5) 20 1.57 (39.9)
5.86 (149.0) 24 1.55 (39.4)
5.84 (148.5) 28 1.53 (38.9)
5.82 (148.0) 32 1.51 (38.4)
5.80 (147.5) 36 1.49 (37.8)
5.78 (147.0) 40 1.47 (37.3)
5.76 (146.5) 44 1.45 (36.8)
5.74 (146.0) 48 1.43 (36.3)
5.72 (145.5) 52 1.41 (35.8)
5.70 (145.0) 55 1.39 (35.3)
5.68 (144.5) 57 1.37 (34.8)
5.66 (144.0) 60 1.35 (34.3)
5.64 (143.5) 62 1.33 (33.8)
5.62 (142.5) 65 1.31 (33.3)
5.60 (142.0) 67 1.29 (32.8)
5.58 (141.5) 70 1.27 (32.3)
5.56 (141.0) 72 1.25 (31.8)
5.54 (140.5) 75 1.23 (31.2)
5.52 (140.0) 77 1.21 (30.7)
5.50 (139.5) 80 1.19 (30.2)
5.48 (139.0) 82 1.17 (29.7)
5.46 (138.5) 85 1.15 (29.2)
5.44 (138.0) 87 1.13 (28.7)
5.42 (137.5) 90 1.11 (28.2)
5.40 (137.0) 92 1.09 (27.7)
5.38 (136.5) 95 1.07 (27.2)
5.36 (136.0) 97 1.05 (26.7)
5.34 (135.5) 100 1.03 (26.2)
5.32 (135.0) 102 1.01 (25.7)
5.30 (134.5) 105 0.99 (25.1)
5.28 (134.0) 107 0.97 (24.6)
5.26 (133.5) 110 0.95 (24.1)
5.24 (133.0) 112 0.93 (23.6)
5.22 (132.5) 115 0.91 (23.1)
5.20 (132.0) 117 0.89 (22.6)
5.18 (131.5) 120 0.87 (22.1)

1 Wear Chart: 131


2 If 304-5680 link cracking has been experienced, please use the Lesser Allowable Wear chart
located on, page 274 at the end of the Elevated Sprocket Machine Section. Also see, page 88
for further definition of Link Allowable Wear.

209
D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Links (1)
8E-4505 & 06
8E-4513 & 14

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Greater % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
5.90 (150.0) 0 1.88 (47.8)
5.88 (149.5) 4 1.86 (47.2)
5.86 (149.0) 8 1.84 (46.7)
5.84 (148.5) 12 1.82 (46.2)
5.82 (148.0) 16 1.80 (45.7)
5.80 (147.5) 20 1.78 (45.2)
5.78 (147.0) 24 1.76 (44.7)
5.76 (146.5) 28 1.74 (44.2)
5.74 (146.0) 32 1.72 (43.7)
5.72 (145.5) 36 1.70 (43.2)
5.70 (145.0) 40 1.68 (42.7)
5.68 (144.5) 44 1.66 (42.2)
5.66 (144.0) 48 1.64 (41.7)
5.64 (143.5) 52 1.62 (41.1)
5.62 (142.5) 55 1.60 (40.6)
5.60 (142.0) 57 1.58 (40.1)
5.58 (141.5) 60 1.56 (39.6)
5.56 (141.0) 62 1.54 (39.1)
5.54 (140.5) 65 1.52 (38.6)
5.52 (140.0) 67 1.50 (38.1)
5.50 (139.5) 70 1.48 (37.6)
5.48 (139.0) 72 1.46 (37.1)
5.46 (138.5) 75 1.44 (36.6)
5.44 (138.0) 77 1.42 (36.1)
5.42 (137.5) 80 1.40 (35.6)
5.40 (137.0) 82 1.38 (35.1)
5.38 (136.5) 85 1.36 (34.5)
5.36 (136.0) 87 1.34 (34.0)
5.34 (135.5) 90 1.32 (33.5)
5.32 (135.0) 92 1.30 (33.0)
5.30 (134.5) 95 1.28 (32.5)
5.28 (134.0) 97 1.26 (32.0)
5.26 (133.5) 100 1.24 (31.5)
5.24 (133.0) 102 1.22 (31.0)
5.22 (132.5) 105 1.20 (30.5)
5.20 (132.0) 107 1.18 (30.0)
5.18 (131.5) 110 1.16 (29.5)
5.16 (131.0) 112 1.14 (29.0)
5.14 (130.5) 115 1.12 (28.4)
5.12 (130.0) 117 1.10 (27.9)
5.10 (129.5) 120 1.08 (27.4)

1 Wear Chart: 125


2 If 8E-4505 & 06, 8E-4513 & 14 link cracking has been experienced, please use the Lesser Al-
lowable Wear chart located on, page 275 at the end of the Elevated Sprocket Machine Sec-
tion. Also see, page 88 for further definition of Link Allowable Wear.

210
D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Links (1)
General Duty
391-3943 & 44

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Worn Inches (mm)
5.90 (150.0) 0 1.88 (47.8)
5.88 (149.5) 5 1.86 (47.2)
5.86 (149.0) 10 1.84 (46.7)
5.84 (148.5) 15 1.82 (46.2)
5.82 (148.0) 20 1.80 (45.7)
5.80 (147.5) 25 1.78 (45.2)
5.78 (147.0) 30 1.76 (44.7)
5.76 (146.5) 35 1.74 (44.2)
5.74 (146.0) 40 1.72 (43.7)
5.72 (145.5) 45 1.70 (43.2)
5.70 (145.0) 50 1.68 (42.7)
5.68 (144.5) 55 1.66 (42.2)
5.66 (144.0) 60 1.64 (41.7)
5.64 (143.5) 62 1.62 (41.1)
5.62 (142.5) 64 1.60 (40.6)
5.60 (142.0) 66 1.58 (40.1)
5.58 (141.5) 68 1.56 (39.6)
5.56 (141.0) 70 1.54 (39.1)
5.54 (140.5) 72 1.52 (38.6)
5.52 (140.0) 74 1.50 (38.1)
5.50 (139.5) 76 1.48 (37.6)
5.48 (139.0) 78 1.46 (37.1)
5.46 (138.5) 80 1.44 (36.6)
5.44 (138.0) 82 1.42 (36.1)
5.42 (137.5) 84 1.40 (35.6)
5.40 (137.0) 86 1.38 (35.1)
5.38 (136.5) 88 1.36 (34.5)
5.36 (136.0) 90 1.34 (34.0)
5.32 (135.0) 94 1.30 (33.0)
5.28 (134.0) 98 1.26 (32.0)
5.26 (133.5) 100 1.24 (31.5)
5.22 (132.5) 104 1.20 (30.5)
5.18 (131.5) 108 1.16 (29.5)
5.14 (130.5) 112 1.12 (28.4)
5.10 (129.5) 116 1.08 (27.4)
5.06 (128.5) 120 1.04 (26.4)

1 Wear Chart: 132

211
D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.58 in. (218 mm)
Bushings (1)
SystemOne Track

Caliper Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.29 (83.6) 0 0.62 (15.7) 4.28 (108.7)
3.27 (83.1) 5 0.61 (15.5) 4.27 (108.5)
3.25 (82.6) 10 0.60 (15.2) 4.26 (108.2)
3.23 (82.0) 15 0.59 (15.0) 4.25 (108.0)
3.21 (81.5) 20 0.58 (14.7) 4.24 (107.7)
3.19 (81.0) 25 0.57 (14.5) 4.23 (107.4)
3.17 (80.5) 30 0.56 (14.2) 4.22 (107.2)
3.15 (80.0) 35 0.55 (14.0) 4.21 (106.9)
3.13 (79.5) 40 0.54 (13.7) 4.20 (106.7)
3.11 (79.0) 45 0.53 (13.5) 4.19 (106.4)
3.09 (78.5) 50 0.52 (13.2) 4.18 (106.2)
3.07 (78.0) 55 0.51 (13.0) 4.17 (105.9)
3.05 (77.5) 60 0.50 (12.7) 4.16 (105.7)
3.03 (77.0) 65 0.49 (12.4) 4.15 (105.4)
3.01 (76.5) 70 0.48 (12.2) 4.14 (105.2)
2.99 (75.9) 72 0.47 (11.9) 4.13 (104.9)
2.97 (75.4) 74 0.46 (11.7) 4.12 (104.6)
2.95 (74.9) 76 0.45 (11.4) 4.11 (104.4)
2.93 (74.4) 78 0.44 (11.2) 4.10 (104.1)
2.91 (73.9) 80 0.43 (10.9) 4.09 (103.9)
2.89 (73.4) 82 0.42 (10.7) 4.08 (103.6)
2.87 (72.9) 84 0.41 (10.4) 4.07 (103.4)
2.85 (72.4) 86 0.40 (10.2) 4.06 (103.1)
2.83 (71.9) 88 0.39 (9.9) 4.05 (102.9)
2.81 (71.4) 90 0.38 (9.7) 4.04 (102.6)
2.79 (70.9) 92 0.37 (9.4) 4.03 (102.4)
2.77 (70.4) 94 0.36 (9.1) 4.02 (102.1)
2.75 (69.9) 96 0.35 (8.9) 4.01 (101.9)
2.73 (69.3) 98 0.34 (8.6) 4.00 (101.6)
2.71 (68.8) 100 0.33 (8.4) 3.99 (101.3)
2.69 (68.3) 102 0.32 (8.1) 3.98 (101.1)
2.67 (67.8) 104 0.31 (7.9) 3.97 (100.8)
2.65 (67.3) 106 0.30 (7.6) 3.96 (100.6)
2.63 (66.8) 108 0.29 (7.4) 3.95 (100.3)
2.61 (66.3) 110 0.28 (7.1) 3.94 (100.1)
2.59 (65.8) 112 0.27 (6.9) 3.93 (99.8)
2.57 (65.3) 114 0.26 (6.6) 3.92 (99.6)
2.55 (64.8) 116 0.25 (6.3) 3.91 (99.3)
2.53 (64.3) 118 0.24 (6.1) 3.90 (99.1)
2.51 (63.8) 120 0.23 (5.8) 3.89 (98.8)

1 Wear Chart: 733/734

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D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track
Genuine and General Duty

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.11 (79.0) 0 0 0.60 (15.2) 4.11 (104.4)
3.09 (78.5) 10 8 0.58 (14.7) 4.09 (103.9)
3.07 (78.0) 20 16 0.56 (14.2) 4.07 (103.4)
3.05 (77.5) 30 24 0.54 (13.7) 4.05 (102.9)
3.03 (77.0) 40 32 0.52 (13.2) 4.03 (102.4)
3.01 (76.5) 50 40 0.50 (12.7) 4.01 (101.9)
2.99 (75.9) 60 44 0.48 (12.2) 3.99 (101.3)
2.97 (75.4) 68 48 0.46 (11.7) 3.97 (100.8)
2.95 (74.9) 72 52 0.44 (11.2) 3.95 (100.3)
2.93 (74.4) 76 56 0.42 (10.7) 3.93 (99.8)
2.91 (73.9) 80 60 0.40 (10.2) 3.91 (99.3)
2.89 (73.4) 84 64 0.38 (9.7) 3.89 (98.8)
2.87 (72.9) 88 68 0.36 (9.1) 3.87 (98.3)
2.85 (72.4) 92 72 0.34 (8.6) 3.85 (97.8)
2.83 (71.9) 96 76 0.32 (8.1) 3.83 (97.3)
2.81 (71.4) 100 80 0.30 (7.6) 3.81 (96.8)
2.79 (70.9) 104 84 0.28 (7.1) 3.79 (96.3)
2.77 (70.4) 108 88 0.26 (6.6) 3.77 (95.8)
2.75 (69.9) 112 92 0.24 (6.1) 3.75 (95.3)
2.73 (69.3) 116 96 0.22 (5.6) 3.73 (94.7)
2.71 (68.8) 120 100 0.20 (5.1) 3.71 (94.2)
2.69 (68.3) 104 0.18 (4.6) 3.69 (93.7)
2.67 (67.8) 108 0.16 (4.1) 3.67 (93.2)
2.65 (67.3) 112 0.14 (3.6) 3.65 (92.7)
2.63 (66.8) 116 0.12 (3.0) 3.63 (92.2)
2.61 (66.3) 120 0.10 (2.5) 3.61 (91.7)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 722

213
D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Super Extreme Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.70 (94.0) 0 0 4.50 (114.3)
3.60 (91.5) 5 4 4.40 (111.8)
3.50 (89.0) 10 8 4.30 (109.2)
3.40 (86.5) 15 12 4.20 (106.7)
3.30 (84.0) 20 16 4.10 (104.1)
3.20 (81.5) 25 20 4.00 (101.6)
3.10 (78.5) 30 24 3.90 (99.1)
3.00 (76.0) 35 28 3.80 (96.5)
2.90 (73.5) 40 32 3.70 (94.0)
2.80 (71.0) 45 36 3.60 (91.4)
2.70 (68.5) 50 40 3.50 (88.9)
2.60 (66.0) 55 44 3.40 (86.4)
2.50 (63.5) 60 48 3.30 (83.8)
2.40 (61.0) 64 52 3.20 (81.3)
2.30 (58.5) 68 56 3.10 (78.7)
2.20 (56.0) 72 60 3.00 (76.2)
2.10 (53.5) 76 64 2.90 (73.7)
2.00 (51.0) 80 68 2.80 (71.1)
1.90 (48.5) 84 72 2.70 (68.6)
1.80 (45.5) 88 76 2.60 (66.0)
1.70 (43.0) 92 79 2.50 (63.5)
1.60 (40.5) 96 82 2.40 (61.0)
1.50 (38.0) 100 85 2.30 (58.4)
1.40 (35.5) 104 88 2.20 (55.9)
1.30 (33.0) 108 91 2.10 (53.3)
1.20 (30.5) 112 94 2.00 (50.8)
1.10 (28.0) 116 97 1.90 (48.3)
1.00 (25.5) 120 100 1.80 (45.7)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.70 (43.2)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.60 (40.6)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.50 (38.1)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.40 (35.6)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.30 (33.0)
0.40 (10.0) 118 1.20 (30.5)
0.30 (7.5) 121 1.10 (27.9)

1 Wear Chart: 1940

214
D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service
Genuine and General Duty

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.30 (84.0) 0 0 4.05 (102.9)
3.20 (81.5) 6 5 3.95 (100.3)
3.10 (78.5) 12 10 3.85 (97.8)
3.00 (76.0) 18 15 3.75 (95.3)
2.90 (73.5) 24 20 3.65 (92.7)
2.80 (71.0) 30 25 3.55 (90.2)
2.70 (68.5) 36 30 3.45 (87.6)
2.60 (66.0) 42 35 3.35 (85.1)
2.50 (63.5) 48 40 3.25 (82.6)
2.40 (61.0) 54 44 3.15 (80.0)
2.30 (58.5) 60 48 3.05 (77.5)
2.20 (56.0) 65 52 2.95 (74.9)
2.10 (53.5) 70 56 2.85 (72.4)
2.00 (51.0) 75 60 2.75 (69.9)
1.90 (48.5) 80 64 2.65 (67.3)
1.80 (45.5) 85 68 2.55 (64.8)
1.70 (43.0) 90 72 2.45 (62.2)
1.60 (40.5) 95 76 2.35 (59.7)
1.50 (38.0) 100 80 2.25 (57.1)
1.40 (35.5) 105 84 2.15 (54.6)
1.30 (33.0) 110 88 2.05 (52.1)
1.20 (30.5) 115 92 1.95 (49.5)
1.10 (28.0) 120 96 1.85 (47.0)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.75 (44.4)
0.90 (23.0) 104 1.65 (41.9)
0.80 (20.5) 108 1.55 (39.4)
0.70 (18.0) 112 1.45 (36.8)
0.60 (15.0) 116 1.35 (34.3)
0.50 (12.5) 120 1.25 (31.7)

1 Wear Chart: 1621

215
D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.10 (78.5) 0 0 3.75 (95.3)
3.00 (76.0) 7 5 3.65 (92.7)
2.90 (73.5) 14 10 3.55 (90.2)
2.80 (71.0) 21 15 3.45 (87.6)
2.70 (68.5) 28 20 3.35 (85.1)
2.60 (66.0) 34 25 3.25 (82.6)
2.50 (63.5) 40 30 3.15 (80.0)
2.40 (61.0) 46 35 3.05 (77.5)
2.30 (58.5) 52 40 2.95 (74.9)
2.20 (56.0) 58 45 2.85 (72.4)
2.10 (53.5) 64 50 2.75 (69.9)
2.00 (51.0) 70 55 2.65 (67.3)
1.90 (48.5) 76 60 2.55 (64.8)
1.80 (45.5) 82 65 2.45 (62.2)
1.70 (43.0) 88 70 2.35 (59.7)
1.60 (40.5) 94 75 2.25 (57.2)
1.50 (38.0) 100 80 2.15 (54.6)
1.40 (35.5) 106 84 2.05 (52.1)
1.30 (33.0) 112 88 1.95 (49.5)
1.20 (30.5) 118 92 1.85 (47.0)
1.10 (28.0) 124 96 1.75 (44.5)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.65 (41.9)
0.90 (23.0) 104 1.55 (39.4)
0.80 (20.5) 108 1.45 (36.8)
0.70 (18.0) 112 1.35 (34.3)
0.60 (15.0) 116 1.25 (31.7)
0.50 (12.5) 120 1.15 (29.2)

1 Wear Chart: 1322

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D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Chopper

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
3.30 (84.0) 0 3.85 (97.8)
3.20 (81.5) 5 3.75 (95.3)
3.10 (78.5) 10 3.65 (92.7)
3.00 (76.0) 15 3.55 (90.2)
2.90 (73.5) 20 3.45 (87.6)
2.80 (71.0) 25 3.35 (85.1)
2.70 (68.5) 30 3.25 (82.6)
2.60 (66.0) 35 3.15 (80.0)
2.50 (63.5) 40 3.05 (77.5)
2.40 (61.0) 44 2.95 (74.9)
2.30 (58.5) 48 2.85 (72.4)
2.20 (56.0) 52 2.75 (69.9)
2.10 (53.5) 56 2.65 (67.3)
2.00 (51.0) 60 2.55 (64.8)
1.90 (48.5) 64 2.45 (62.2)
1.80 (45.5) 68 2.35 (59.7)
1.70 (43.0) 72 2.25 (57.2)
1.60 (40.5) 76 2.15 (54.6)
1.50 (38.0) 80 2.05 (52.1)
1.40 (35.5) 84 1.95 (49.5)
1.30 (33.0) 88 1.85 (47.0)
1.20 (30.5) 92 1.75 (44.5)
1.10 (28.0) 96 1.65 (41.9)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.55 (39.4)
0.90 (23.0) 104 1.45 (36.8)
0.80 (20.5) 108 1.35 (34.3)
0.70 (18.0) 112 1.25 (31.7)
0.60 (15.0) 116 1.15 (29.2)
0.50 (12.5) 120 1.05 (26.7)

1 Wear Chart: 3102

217
D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.58 in. (218 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3) (4)
Relieved Tread Idlers

Depth Gauge or Caliper


Inches (mm) % Worn
2.47 (62.5) 0
2.43 (61.5) 6
2.39 (60.5) 12
2.35 (59.5) 18
2.31 (58.5) 24
2.27 (57.5) 30
2.23 (56.5) 36
2.19 (55.5) 42
2.15 (54.5) 48
2.11 (53.5) 54
2.07 (52.5) 60
2.03 (51.5) 64
1.99 (50.5) 68
1.95 (49.5) 72
1.91 (48.5) 76
1.87 (47.5) 80
1.83 (46.5) 84
1.79 (45.5) 88
1.75 (44.5) 92
1.71 (43.5) 96
1.67 (42.5) 100
1.63 (41.5) 104
1.59 (40.5) 108
1.55 (39.5) 112
1.51 (38.5) 116
1.47 (37.5) 120

1 New tread diameter, front large diameter idler is 30.94 in. (786 mm)
2 New tread diameter, rear small diameter idler is 28.35 in. (720 mm)
3 For measuring instructions, reference General Information topic Idler Wear Center Tread
Idlers and Relieved Center Tread Idlers on, page 51.
4 Wear Chart: 4431

218
D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3) (4)
Genuine and General Duty

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic Center Flange Wear


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
0.78 (20.0) 0 0.56 (14.2) 0.00 (0.0)
0.82 (21.0) 8 0.52 (13.2) 0.04 (1.0)
0.86 (22.0) 16 0.48 (12.2) 0.08 (2.0)
0.90 (23.0) 24 0.44 (11.2) 0.12 (3.0)
0.94 (24.0) 32 0.40 (10.2) 0.16 (4.0)
0.98 (25.0) 40 0.36 (9.1) 0.20 (5.0)
1.02 (26.0) 48 0.32 (8.1) 0.24 (6.0)
1.06 (27.0) 56 0.28 (7.1) 0.28 (7.0)
1.10 (28.0) 64 0.24 (6.1) 0.32 (8.0)
1.14 (29.0) 72 0.20 (5.1) 0.36 (9.0)
1.18 (30.0) 76 0.16 (4.1) 0.40 (10.0)
1.22 (31.0) 80 0.12 (3.0) 0.44 (11.0)
1.26 (32.0) 84 0.08 (2.0) 0.48 (12.0)
1.30 (33.0) 88 0.04 (1.0) 0.52 (13.0)
1.34 (34.0) 92 0.00 (0.0) 0.56 (14.0)
1.38 (35.0) 96
1.42 (36.0) 100 NOTE
1.46 (37.0) 104
Ultrasonic measurement is to determine
1.50 (38.0) 108 flange wear only. Use ultrasonic only on
1.54 (39.0) 112 fabricated idlers.
1.58 (40.0) 116
1.62 (41.0) 120

1 Flange Width is 3.81 in. (97 mm)


2 New tread diameter, front large diameter idler is 27.48 in. (698 mm)
3 New tread diameter, rear small diameter idler is 24.41 in. (620 mm)
4 Wear Chart: 4424

219
D8L, D8N, D8R, 578, 583R - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Carrier Rollers (1)
For D8T, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, and PL87 use Single Flange Track Roller wear chart

Caliper Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
7.50 (190.5) 0 1.92 (48.8)
7.42 (188.5) 8 1.88 (47.8)
7.34 (186.5) 16 1.84 (46.7)
7.26 (184.5) 24 1.80 (45.7)
7.18 (182.5) 32 1.76 (44.7)
7.10 (180.5) 40 1.72 (43.7)
7.02 (178.5) 48 1.68 (42.7)
6.94 (176.5) 52 1.64 (41.7)
6.86 (174.0) 56 1.60 (40.6)
6.78 (172.0) 60 1.56 (39.6)
6.70 (170.0) 64 1.52 (38.6)
6.62 (168.0) 68 1.48 (37.6)
6.54 (166.0) 72 1.44 (36.6)
6.46 (164.0) 76 1.40 (35.6)
6.38 (162.0) 80 1.36 (34.5)
6.30 (160.0) 84 1.32 (33.5)
6.22 (158.0) 88 1.28 (32.5)
6.14 (156.0) 92 1.24 (31.5)
6.06 (154.0) 96 1.20 (30.5)
5.98 (152.0) 100 1.16 (29.5)
5.90 (150.0) 104 1.12 (28.4)
5.82 (148.0) 108 1.08 (27.4)
5.74 (146.0) 112 1.04 (26.4)
5.66 (144.0) 116 1.00 (25.4)
5.58 (141.5) 120 0.96 (24.4)

1 Wear Chart: 4725

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D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Single Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
9.72 247.0 0 0.55 14.0 2.48 63.0
9.62 244.5 5 0.60 15.0 2.43 61.7
9.52 242.0 10 0.65 16.5 2.38 60.5
9.42 239.5 15 0.70 18.0 2.33 59.2
9.32 236.5 20 0.75 19.0 2.28 57.9
9.22 234.0 25 0.80 20.5 2.23 56.6
9.12 231.5 30 0.85 21.5 2.18 55.4
9.02 229.0 35 0.90 23.0 2.13 54.1
8.92 226.5 40 0.95 24.0 2.08 52.8
8.82 224.0 45 1.00 25.5 2.03 51.6
8.72 221.5 50 1.05 26.5 1.98 50.3
8.62 219.0 55 1.10 28.0 1.93 49.0
8.52 216.5 60 1.15 29.0 1.88 47.8
8.42 214.0 64 1.20 30.5 1.83 46.5
8.32 211.5 68 1.25 32.0 1.78 45.2
8.22 209.0 72 1.30 33.0 1.73 43.9
8.12 206.0 76 1.35 34.5 1.68 42.7
8.02 203.5 80 1.40 35.5 1.63 41.4
7.92 201.0 84 1.45 37.0 1.58 40.1
7.82 198.5 88 1.50 38.0 1.53 38.9
7.72 196.0 92 1.55 39.5 1.48 37.6
7.62 193.5 96 1.60 40.5 1.43 36.3
7.52 191.0 100 1.65 42.0 1.38 35.1
7.42 188.5 104 1.70 43.0 1.33 33.8
7.32 186.0 108 1.75 44.5 1.28 32.5
7.22 183.5 112 1.80 45.5 1.23 31.2
7.12 181.0 116 1.85 47.0 1.18 30.0
7.02 178.5 120 1.90 48.5 1.13 28.7

1 Flange diameter is 10.83 in. (275 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5338

221
D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Rollers with End Caps (1) (2)
Single Flange
General Duty

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
9.72 (247.0) 0 0.55 (14.0) 2.48 (63.0)
9.62 (244.5) 6 0.60 (15.0) 2.43 (61.7)
9.52 (242.0) 12 0.65 (16.5) 2.38 (60.5)
9.42 (239.5) 18 0.70 (18.0) 2.33 (59.2)
9.32 (236.5) 24 0.75 (19.0) 2.28 (57.9)
9.22 (234.0) 30 0.80 (20.5) 2.23 (56.6)
9.12 (231.5) 36 0.85 (21.5) 2.18 (55.4)
9.02 (229.0) 42 0.90 (23.0) 2.13 (54.1)
8.92 (226.5) 48 0.95 (24.0) 2.08 (52.8)
8.82 (224.0) 54 1.00 (25.5) 2.03 (51.6)
8.72 (221.5) 58 1.05 (26.5) 1.98 (50.3)
8.62 (219.0) 61 1.10 (28.0) 1.93 (49.0)
8.52 (216.5) 65 1.15 (29.0) 1.88 (47.8)
8.42 (214.0) 68 1.20 (30.5) 1.83 (46.5)
8.32 (211.5) 72 1.25 (32.0) 1.78 (45.2)
8.22 (209.0) 75 1.30 (33.0) 1.73 (43.9)
8.12 (206.0) 79 1.35 (34.5) 1.68 (42.7)
8.02 (203.5) 82 1.40 (35.5) 1.63 (41.4)
7.92 (201.0) 86 1.45 (37.0) 1.58 (40.1)
7.82 (198.5) 89 1.50 (38.0) 1.53 (38.9)
7.72 (196.0) 93 1.55 (39.5) 1.48 (37.6)
7.62 (193.5) 96 1.60 (40.5) 1.43 (36.3)
7.52 (191.0) 100 1.65 (42.0) 1.38 (35.1)
7.42 (188.5) 104 1.70 (43.0) 1.33 (33.8)
7.32 (186.0) 107 1.75 (44.5) 1.28 (32.5)
7.22 (183.5) 111 1.80 (45.5) 1.23 (31.2)
7.12 (181.0) 114 1.85 (47.0) 1.18 (30.0)
7.02 (178.5) 118 1.90 (48.5) 1.13 (28.7)
6.92 (176.0) 121 1.95 (49.5) 1.08 (27.4)

1 Flange diameter is 10.83 in. (275 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5322

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D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Double Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
9.49 (241.0) 0 0.67 (17.0) 2.37 (60.2)
9.39 (238.5) 6 0.72 (18.5) 2.32 (58.9)
9.29 (236.0) 12 0.77 (19.5) 2.27 (57.7)
9.19 (233.5) 18 0.82 (21.0) 2.22 (56.4)
9.09 (231.0) 24 0.87 (22.0) 2.17 (55.1)
8.99 (228.5) 30 0.92 (23.5) 2.12 (53.8)
8.89 (226.0) 36 0.97 (24.5) 2.07 (52.6)
8.79 (223.5) 42 1.02 (26.0) 2.02 (51.3)
8.69 (220.5) 48 1.07 (27.0) 1.97 (50.0)
8.59 (218.0) 54 1.12 (28.5) 1.92 (48.8)
8.49 (215.5) 60 1.17 (29.5) 1.87 (47.5)
8.39 (213.0) 66 1.22 (31.0) 1.82 (46.2)
8.29 (210.5) 72 1.27 (32.5) 1.77 (45.0)
8.19 (208.0) 78 1.32 (33.5) 1.72 (43.7)
8.09 (205.5) 82 1.37 (35.0) 1.67 (42.4)
7.99 (203.0) 85 1.42 (36.0) 1.62 (41.1)
7.89 (200.5) 88 1.47 (37.5) 1.57 (39.9)
7.79 (198.0) 91 1.52 (38.5) 1.52 (38.6)
7.69 (195.5) 94 1.57 (40.0) 1.47 (37.3)
7.59 (193.0) 97 1.62 (41.0) 1.42 (36.1)
7.49 (190.0) 100 1.67 (42.5) 1.37 (34.8)
7.39 (187.5) 103 1.72 (43.5) 1.32 (33.5)
7.29 (185.0) 106 1.77 (45.0) 1.27 (32.3)
7.19 (182.5) 109 1.82 (46.0) 1.22 (31.0)
7.09 (180.0) 112 1.87 (47.5) 1.17 (29.7)
6.99 (177.5) 115 1.92 (49.0) 1.12 (28.4)
6.89 (175.0) 118 1.97 (50.0) 1.07 (27.2)
6.79 (172.5) 121 2.02 (51.5) 1.02 (25.9)

1 Flange diameter is 10.83 in. (275 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 6230

223
D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.58 in. (218 mm)
Sprockets (1)
SystemOne Track

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
9.33 (237.0) 0
9.28 (235.5) 7
9.23 (234.5) 14
9.18 (233.0) 21
9.13 (232.0) 28
9.08 (230.5) 35
9.03 (229.5) 42
8.98 (228.0) 49
8.93 (227.0) 56
8.88 (225.5) 63
8.83 (224.5) 70
8.78 (223.0) 77
8.73 (221.5) 84
8.68 (220.5) 90
8.63 (219.0) 95
8.58 (218.0) 100
8.53 (216.5) 105
8.48 (215.5) 110
8.43 (214.0) 115
8.38 (213.0) 120

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth.

1 Wear Chart: 7122

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D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587R, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Do not use with D8L

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
9.40 (239.0) 0
9.35 (237.5) 7
9.30 (236.0) 14
9.25 (235.0) 21
9.20 (233.5) 28
9.15 (232.5) 35
9.10 (231.0) 40
9.05 (230.0) 45
9.00 (228.5) 50
8.95 (227.5) 55
8.90 (226.0) 60
8.85 (225.0) 65
8.80 (223.5) 70
8.75 (222.5) 75
8.70 (221.0) 80
8.65 (219.5) 85
8.60 (218.5) 90
8.55 (217.0) 95
8.50 (216.0) 100
8.45 (214.5) 105
8.40 (213.5) 110
8.35 (212.0) 115
8.30 (211.0) 120

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7121

225
D8L - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Use with D8L only

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
9.25 (235.0) 0
9.20 (233.5) 8
9.15 (232.5) 16
9.10 (231.0) 24
9.05 (230.0) 32
9.00 (228.5) 40
8.95 (227.5) 46
8.90 (226.0) 52
8.85 (225.0) 58
8.80 (223.5) 64
8.75 (222.5) 70
8.70 (221.0) 76
8.65 (219.5) 82
8.60 (218.5) 88
8.55 (217.0) 94
8.50 (216.0) 100
8.45 (214.5) 106
8.40 (213.5) 112
8.35 (212.0) 118
8.30 (211.0) 124

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7123

226
D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Track Links (1)
9W-2743 & 44
7T-2275 & 76

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Greater % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
6.53 (166.0) 0 2.28 (57.9)
6.51 (165.5) 4 2.26 (57.4)
6.49 (165.0) 8 2.24 (56.9)
6.47 (164.5) 12 2.22 (56.4)
6.45 (164.0) 16 2.20 (55.9)
6.43 (163.5) 20 2.18 (55.4)
6.41 (163.0) 24 2.16 (54.9)
6.39 (162.5) 28 2.14 (54.4)
6.37 (162.0) 32 2.12 (53.8)
6.35 (161.5) 36 2.10 (53.3)
6.33 (161.0) 40 2.08 (52.8)
6.31 (160.5) 44 2.06 (52.3)
6.29 (160.0) 48 2.04 (51.8)
6.27 (159.5) 52 2.02 (51.3)
6.25 (159.0) 55 2.00 (50.8)
6.23 (158.0) 57 1.98 (50.3)
6.21 (157.5) 60 1.96 (49.8)
6.19 (157.0) 62 1.94 (49.3)
6.17 (156.5) 65 1.92 (48.8)
6.15 (156.0) 67 1.90 (48.3)
6.13 (155.5) 70 1.88 (47.8)
6.11 (155.0) 72 1.86 (47.2)
6.09 (154.5) 75 1.84 (46.7)
6.07 (154.0) 77 1.82 (46.2)
6.05 (153.5) 80 1.80 (45.7)
6.03 (153.0) 82 1.78 (45.2)
6.01 (152.5) 85 1.76 (44.7)
5.99 (152.0) 87 1.74 (44.2)
5.97 (151.5) 90 1.72 (43.7)
5.95 (151.0) 92 1.70 (43.2)
5.93 (150.5) 95 1.68 (42.7)
5.91 (150.0) 97 1.66 (42.2)
5.89 (149.5) 100 1.64 (41.7)
5.87 (149.0) 102 1.62 (41.1)
5.85 (148.5) 105 1.60 (40.6)
5.83 (148.0) 107 1.58 (40.1)
5.81 (147.5) 110 1.56 (39.6)
5.79 (147.0) 112 1.54 (39.1)
5.77 (146.5) 115 1.52 (38.6)
5.75 (146.0) 117 1.50 (38.1)
5.73 (145.5) 120 1.48 (37.6)

1 Wear Chart: 160


2 If 9W-2743 & 44, 7T-2275 & 76 link cracking has been experienced, please use the Lesser Al-
lowable Wear chart located on, page 276 at the end of the Elevated Sprocket Machine Sec-
tion. Also see, page 88 for further definition of Link Allowable Wear.

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.34 (84.8) 0 0 0.65 (16.5) 4.35 (110.5)
3.32 (84.3) 10 8 0.63 (16.0) 4.33 (110.0)
3.30 (83.8) 20 16 0.61 (15.5) 4.31 (109.5)
3.28 (83.3) 30 24 0.59 (15.0) 4.29 (109.0)
3.26 (82.8) 40 32 0.57 (14.5) 4.27 (108.5)
3.24 (82.3) 50 40 0.55 (14.0) 4.25 (108.0)
3.22 (81.8) 60 44 0.53 (13.5) 4.23 (107.4)
3.20 (81.3) 68 48 0.51 (13.0) 4.21 (106.9)
3.18 (80.8) 72 52 0.49 (12.4) 4.19 (106.4)
3.16 (80.3) 76 56 0.47 (11.9) 4.17 (105.9)
3.14 (79.8) 80 60 0.45 (11.4) 4.15 (105.4)
3.12 (79.2) 84 64 0.43 (10.9) 4.13 (104.9)
3.10 (78.7) 88 68 0.41 (10.4) 4.11 (104.4)
3.08 (78.2) 92 72 0.39 (9.9) 4.09 (103.9)
3.06 (77.7) 96 76 0.37 (9.4) 4.07 (103.4)
3.04 (77.2) 100 80 0.35 (8.9) 4.05 (102.9)
3.02 (76.7) 104 84 0.33 (8.4) 4.03 (102.4)
3.00 (76.2) 108 88 0.31 (7.9) 4.01 (101.9)
2.98 (75.7) 112 92 0.29 (7.4) 3.99 (101.3)
2.96 (75.2) 116 96 0.27 (6.9) 3.97 (100.8)
2.94 (74.7) 120 100 0.25 (6.3) 3.95 (100.3)
2.92 (74.2) 104 0.23 (5.8) 3.93 (99.8)
2.90 (73.7) 108 0.21 (5.3) 3.91 (99.3)
2.88 (73.2) 112 0.19 (4.8) 3.89 (98.8)
2.86 (72.6) 116 0.17 (4.3) 3.87 (98.3)
2.84 (72.1) 120 0.15 (3.8) 3.85 (97.8)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 760

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Super Extreme Service
.83 in. (21 mm)

1.73 in. (44 mm)


Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.70 (94.0) 0 0 4.50 (114.3)
3.60 (91.5) 5 4 4.40 (111.8)
3.50 (89.0) 10 8 4.30 (109.2)
3.40 (86.5) 15 12 4.20 (106.7)
3.30 (84.0) 20 16 4.10 (104.1)
3.20 (81.5) 25 20 4.00 (101.6)
3.10 (78.5) 30 24 3.90 (99.1)
3.00 (76.0) 35 28 3.80 (96.5)
2.90 (73.5) 40 32 3.70 (94.0)
2.80 (71.0) 45 36 3.60 (91.4)
2.70 (68.5) 50 40 3.50 (89.9)
2.60 (66.0) 55 44 3.40 (86.4)
2.50 (63.5) 60 48 3.30 (93.8)
2.40 (61.0) 64 52 3.20 (81.3)
2.30 (58.5) 68 56 3.10 (78.7)
2.20 (56.0) 72 60 3.00 (76.2)
2.10 (53.5) 76 64 2.90 (73.7)
2.00 (51.0) 80 68 2.80 (71.1)
1.90 (48.5) 84 72 2.70 (68.6)
1.80 (45.5) 88 76 2.60 (66.0)
1.70 (43.0) 92 79 2.50 (63.5)
1.60 (40.5) 96 82 2.40 (61.0)
1.50 (38.0) 100 85 2.30 (58.4)
1.40 (35.5) 104 88 2.20 (55.9)
1.30 (33.0) 108 91 2.10 (53.3)
1.20 (30.5) 112 94 2.00 (50.8)
1.10 (28.0) 116 97 1.90 (48.3)
1.00 (25.5) 120 100 1.80 (45.7)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.70 (43.2)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.60 (40.6)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.50 (38.1)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.40 (35.6)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.30 (33.0)
0.40 (10.0) 118 1.20 (30.5)
0.30 (7.5) 121 1.10 (27.9)

1 Wear Chart: 1940

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.30 (84.0) 0 0 4.05 (102.9)
3.20 (81.5) 6 5 3.95 (100.3)
3.10 (78.5) 12 10 3.85 (97.8)
3.00 (76.0) 18 15 3.75 (95.3)
2.90 (73.5) 24 20 3.65 (92.7)
2.80 (71.0) 30 25 3.55 (90.2)
2.70 (68.5) 36 30 3.45 (87.6)
2.60 (66.0) 42 35 3.35 (85.1)
2.50 (63.5) 48 40 3.25 (82.6)
2.40 (61.0) 54 44 3.15 (80.0)
2.30 (58.5) 60 48 3.05 (77.5)
2.20 (56.0) 65 52 2.95 (74.9)
2.10 (53.5) 70 56 2.85 (72.4)
2.00 (51.0) 75 60 2.75 (69.9)
1.90 (48.5) 80 64 2.65 (67.3)
1.80 (45.5) 85 68 2.55 (64.8)
1.70 (43.0) 90 72 2.45 (62.2)
1.60 (40.5) 95 76 2.35 (59.7)
1.50 (38.0) 100 80 2.25 (57.1)
1.40 (35.5) 105 84 2.15 (54.6)
1.30 (33.0) 110 88 2.05 (52.1)
1.20 (30.5) 115 92 1.95 (49.5)
1.10 (28.0) 120 96 1.85 (47.0)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.75 (44.4)
0.90 (23.0) 104 1.65 (41.9)
0.80 (20.5) 108 1.55 (39.4)
0.70 (18.0) 112 1.45 (36.8)
0.60 (15.0) 116 1.35 (34.3)
0.50 (12.5) 120 1.25 (31.7)

1 Wear Chart: 1660

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.00 (76.0) 0 0 3.65 (92.7)
2.90 (73.5) 7 5 3.55 (90.2)
2.80 (71.0) 14 10 3.45 (87.6)
2.70 (68.5) 21 15 3.35 (85.1)
2.60 (66.0) 28 20 3.25 (82.6)
2.50 (63.5) 35 25 3.15 (80.0)
2.40 (61.0) 42 30 3.05 (77.5)
2.30 (58.5) 49 35 2.95 (74.9)
2.20 (56.0) 56 40 2.85 (72.4)
2.10 (53.5) 63 45 2.75 (69.9)
2.00 (51.0) 70 50 2.65 (67.3)
1.90 (48.5) 76 55 2.55 (64.8)
1.80 (45.5) 82 60 2.45 (62.2)
1.70 (43.0) 88 65 2.35 (59.7)
1.60 (40.5) 94 70 2.25 (57.2)
1.50 (38.0) 100 75 2.15 (54.6)
1.40 (35.5) 106 80 2.05 (52.1)
1.30 (33.0) 112 85 1.95 (49.5)
1.20 (30.5) 118 90 1.85 (47.0)
1.10 (28.0) 124 95 1.75 (44.5)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.65 (41.9)
0.90 (23.0) 104 1.55 (39.4)
0.80 (20.5) 108 1.45 (36.8)
0.70 (18.0) 112 1.35 (34.3)
0.60 (15.0) 116 1.25 (31.7)
0.50 (12.5) 120 1.15 (29.2)

1 Wear Chart: 1340

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Chopper

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
3.90 (99.0) 0 4.49 (114.0)
3.80 (96.5) 4 4.39 (111.5)
3.70 (94.0) 8 4.29 (108.9)
3.60 (91.5) 12 4.19 (106.4)
3.50 (89.0) 16 4.09 (103.8)
3.40 (86.5) 20 3.99 (101.3)
3.30 (84.0) 24 3.89 (98.8)
3.20 (81.5) 28 3.79 (96.2)
3.10 (78.5) 32 3.69 (93.7)
3.00 (76.0) 36 3.59 (91.1)
2.90 (73.5) 40 3.49 (88.6)
2.80 (71.0) 44 3.39 (86.1)
2.70 (68.5) 48 3.29 (83.5)
2.60 (66.0) 52 3.19 (81.0)
2.50 (63.5) 55 3.09 (78.4)
2.40 (61.0) 58 2.99 (75.9)
2.30 (58.5) 61 2.89 (73.4)
2.20 (56.0) 64 2.79 (70.8)
2.10 (53.5) 67 2.69 (68.3)
2.00 (51.0) 70 2.59 (65.7)
1.90 (48.5) 73 2.49 (63.2)
1.80 (45.5) 76 2.39 (60.7)
1.70 (43.0) 79 2.29 (58.1)
1.60 (40.5) 82 2.19 (55.6)
1.50 (38.0) 85 2.09 (53.0)
1.40 (35.5) 88 1.99 (50.5)
1.30 (33.0) 91 1.89 (48.0)
1.20 (30.5) 94 1.79 (45.4)
1.10 (28.0) 97 1.69 (42.9)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.59 (40.3)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.49 (37.8)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.39 (35.3)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.29 (32.7)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.19 (30.2)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.09 (27.6)
0.40 (10.0) 118 0.99 (25.1)
0.30 (7.5) 121 0.89 (22.6)

1 Wear Chart: 3103

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)

Idlers (1) (2) (3)

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
0.78 (20.0) 0
0.82 (21.0) 8
0.86 (22.0) 16
0.90 (23.0) 24
0.94 (24.0) 32
0.98 (25.0) 40
1.02 (26.0) 48
1.06 (27.0) 56
1.10 (28.0) 64
1.14 (29.0) 72
1.18 (30.0) 76
1.22 (31.0) 80
1.26 (32.0) 84
1.30 (33.0) 88
1.34 (34.0) 92
1.38 (35.0) 96
1.42 (36.0) 100
1.46 (37.0) 104
1.50 (38.0) 108
1.54 (39.0) 112
1.58 (40.0) 116
1.62 (41.0) 120

1 Flange width is 4.37 in. (111 mm)


2 New tread diameter is 28.35 in. (720 mm)
3 Wear Chart: 4460

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Single Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
10.23 (260.0) 0 0.59 (15.0) 2.74 (69.6)
10.13 (257.5) 5 0.64 (16.5) 2.69 (68.3)
10.03 (255.0) 10 0.69 (17.5) 2.64 (67.1)
9.93 (252.0) 15 0.74 (19.0) 2.59 (65.8)
9.83 (249.5) 20 0.79 (20.0) 2.54 (64.5)
9.73 (247.0) 25 0.84 (21.5) 2.49 (63.2)
9.63 (244.5) 30 0.89 (22.5) 2.44 (62.0)
9.53 (242.0) 34 0.94 (24.0) 2.39 (60.7)
9.43 (239.5) 37 0.99 (25.0) 2.34 (59.4)
9.33 (237.0) 40 1.04 (26.5) 2.29 (58.2)
9.23 (234.5) 43 1.09 (27.5) 2.24 (56.9)
9.13 (232.0) 46 1.14 (29.0) 2.19 (55.6)
9.03 (229.5) 49 1.19 (30.0) 2.14 (54.4)
8.93 (227.0) 52 1.24 (31.5) 2.09 (53.1)
8.83 (224.5) 55 1.29 (33.0) 2.04 (51.8)
8.73 (221.5) 58 1.34 (34.0) 1.99 (50.5)
8.63 (219.0) 61 1.39 (35.5) 1.94 (49.3)
8.53 (216.5) 64 1.44 (36.5) 1.89 (48.0)
8.43 (214.0) 67 1.49 (38.0) 1.84 (46.7)
8.33 (211.5) 70 1.54 (39.0) 1.79 (45.5)
8.23 (209.0) 73 1.59 (40.5) 1.74 (44.2)
8.13 (206.5) 76 1.64 (41.5) 1.69 (42.9)
8.03 (204.0) 79 1.69 (43.0) 1.64 (41.7)
7.93 (201.5) 82 1.74 (44.0) 1.59 (40.4)
7.83 (199.0) 85 1.79 (45.5) 1.54 (39.1)
7.73 (196.5) 88 1.84 (46.5) 1.49 (37.8)
7.63 (194.0) 91 1.89 (48.0) 1.44 (36.6)
7.53 (191.5) 94 1.94 (49.5) 1.39 (35.3)
7.43 (188.5) 97 1.99 (50.5) 1.34 (34.0)
7.33 (186.0) 100 2.04 (52.0) 1.29 (32.8)
7.23 (183.5) 103 2.09 (53.0) 1.24 (31.5)
7.13 (181.0) 106 2.14 (54.5) 1.19 (30.2)
7.03 (178.5) 109 2.19 (55.5) 1.14 (29.0)
6.93 (176.0) 112 2.24 (57.0) 1.09 (27.7)
6.83 (173.5) 115 2.29 (58.0) 1.04 (26.4)
6.73 (171.0) 118 2.34 (59.5) 0.99 (25.1)
6.63 (168.5) 121 2.39 (60.5) 0.94 (23.9)
6.53 (166.0) 124 2.44 (62.0) 0.89 (22.6)
6.43 (163.5) 127 2.49 (63.0) 0.84 (21.3)

1 Flange diameter is 11.42 in. (290 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5360

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Double Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
9.84 (250.0) 0 0.78 (20.0) 2.54 (64.5)
9.74 (247.5) 5 0.83 (21.0) 2.49 (63.2)
9.64 (245.0) 10 0.88 (22.5) 2.44 (62.0)
9.54 (242.5) 15 0.93 (23.5) 2.39 (60.7)
9.44 (240.0) 20 0.98 (25.0) 2.34 (59.4)
9.34 (237.0) 25 1.03 (26.0) 2.29 (58.2)
9.24 (234.5) 30 1.08 (27.5) 2.24 (56.9)
9.14 (232.0) 35 1.13 (28.5) 2.19 (55.6)
9.04 (229.5) 40 1.18 (30.0) 2.14 (54.4)
8.94 (227.0) 45 1.23 (31.0) 2.09 (53.1)
8.84 (224.5) 50 1.28 (32.5) 2.04 (51.8)
8.74 (222.0) 55 1.33 (34.0) 1.99 (50.5)
8.64 (219.5) 60 1.38 (35.0) 1.94 (49.3)
8.54 (217.0) 65 1.43 (36.5) 1.89 (48.0)
8.44 (214.5) 70 1.48 (37.5) 1.84 (46.7)
8.34 (212.0) 73 1.53 (39.0) 1.79 (45.5)
8.24 (209.5) 76 1.58 (40.0) 1.74 (44.2)
8.14 (207.0) 79 1.63 (41.5) 1.69 (42.9)
8.04 (204.0) 82 1.68 (42.5) 1.64 (41.7)
7.94 (201.5) 85 1.73 (44.0) 1.59 (40.4)
7.84 (199.0) 88 1.78 (45.0) 1.54 (39.1)
7.74 (196.5) 91 1.83 (46.5) 1.49 (37.8)
7.64 (194.0) 94 1.88 (48.0) 1.44 (36.6)
7.54 (191.5) 97 1.93 (49.0) 1.39 (35.3)
7.44 (189.0) 100 1.98 (50.5) 1.34 (34.0)
7.34 (186.5) 103 2.03 (51.5) 1.29 (32.8)
7.24 (184.0) 106 2.08 (53.0) 1.24 (31.5)
7.14 (181.5) 109 2.13 (54.0) 1.19 (30.2)
7.04 (179.0) 112 2.18 (55.5) 1.14 (29.0)
6.94 (176.5) 115 2.23 (56.5) 1.09 (27.7)
6.84 (173.5) 118 2.28 (58.0) 1.04 (26.4)
6.74 (171.0) 121 2.33 (59.0) 0.99 (25.1)
6.64 (168.5) 124 2.38 (60.5) 0.94 (23.9)
6.54 (166.0) 127 2.43 (61.5) 0.89 (22.6)
6.44 (163.5) 130 2.48 (63.0) 0.84 (21.3)

1 Flange diameter is 11.42 in. (290 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 6260

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D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Sprockets (1)

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
10.50 (266.5) 0
10.45 (265.5) 5
10.40 (264.0) 10
10.35 (263.0) 15
10.30 (261.5) 20
10.25 (260.5) 25
10.20 (259.0) 30
10.15 (258.0) 35
10.10 (256.5) 40
10.05 (255.5) 45
10.00 (254.0) 50
9.95 (252.5) 55
9.90 (251.5) 60
9.85 (250.0) 65
9.80 (249.0) 70
9.75 (247.5) 75
9.70 (246.5) 80
9.65 (245.0) 84
9.60 (244.0) 88
9.55 (242.5) 92
9.50 (241.5) 96
9.45 (240.0) 100
9.40 (239.0) 104
9.35 (237.5) 108
9.30 (236.0) 112
9.25 (235.0) 116
9.20 (233.5) 120

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7160

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D9L, 589 - 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
Track Links (1)
7T-7629 & 30
7T-4137 & 38

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Greater % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
6.34 (161.0) 0 1.85 (47.0)
6.32 (160.5) 4 1.83 (46.5)
6.30 (160.0) 8 1.81 (46.0)
6.28 (159.5) 12 1.79 (45.5)
6.26 (159.0) 16 1.77 (45.0)
6.24 (158.5) 20 1.75 (44.5)
6.22 (158.0) 24 1.73 (43.9)
6.20 (157.5) 28 1.71 (43.4)
6.18 (157.0) 32 1.69 (42.9)
6.16 (156.5) 36 1.67 (42.4)
6.14 (156.0) 40 1.65 (41.9)
6.12 (155.5) 44 1.63 (41.4)
6.10 (155.0) 48 1.61 (40.9)
6.08 (154.5) 52 1.59 (40.4)
6.06 (154.0) 55 1.57 (39.9)
6.04 (153.5) 57 1.55 (39.4)
6.02 (153.0) 60 1.53 (38.9)
6.00 (152.5) 62 1.51 (38.4)
5.98 (152.0) 65 1.49 (37.8)
5.96 (151.5) 67 1.47 (37.3)
5.94 (151.0) 70 1.45 (36.8)
5.92 (150.5) 72 1.43 (36.3)
5.90 (150.0) 75 1.41 (35.8)
5.88 (149.5) 77 1.39 (35.3)
5.86 (149.0) 80 1.37 (34.8)
5.84 (148.5) 82 1.35 (34.3)
5.82 (148.0) 85 1.33 (33.8)
5.80 (147.5) 87 1.31 (33.3)
5.78 (147.0) 90 1.29 (32.8)
5.76 (146.5) 92 1.27 (32.3)
5.74 (146.0) 95 1.25 (31.8)
5.72 (145.5) 97 1.23 (31.2)
5.70 (145.0) 100 1.21 (30.7)
5.68 (144.5) 102 1.19 (30.2)
5.66 (144.0) 105 1.17 (29.7)
5.64 (143.5) 107 1.15 (29.2)
5.62 (142.5) 110 1.13 (28.7)
5.60 (142.0) 112 1.11 (28.2)
5.58 (141.5) 115 1.09 (27.7)
5.56 (141.0) 117 1.07 (27.2)
5.54 (140.5) 120 1.05 (26.7)

1 Wear Chart: 141


2 If 7T-7629 & 30, 7T-4137 & 38 link cracking has been experienced, please use the Lesser Al-
lowable Wear chart located on, page 277 at the end of the Elevated Sprocket Machine Sec-
tion. See, page 88 for further definition of Link Allowable Wear.

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D9L, 589 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.34 (84.8) 0 0 0.65 (16.5) 4.54 (115.3)
3.32 (84.3) 10 8 0.63 (16.0) 4.52 (114.8)
3.30 (83.8) 20 16 0.61 (15.5) 4.50 (114.3)
3.28 (83.3) 30 24 0.59 (15.0) 4.48 (113.8)
3.26 (82.8) 40 32 0.57 (14.5) 4.46 (113.3)
3.24 (82.3) 50 40 0.55 (14.0) 4.44 (112.8)
3.22 (81.8) 60 44 0.53 (13.5) 4.42 (112.3)
3.20 (81.3) 68 48 0.51 (13.0) 4.40 (111.8)
3.18 (80.8) 72 52 0.49 (12.4) 4.38 (111.3)
3.16 (80.3) 76 56 0.47 (11.9) 4.36 (110.7)
3.14 (79.8) 80 60 0.45 (11.4) 4.34 (110.2)
3.12 (79.2) 84 64 0.43 (10.9) 4.32 (109.7)
3.10 (78.7) 88 68 0.41 (10.4) 4.30 (109.2)
3.08 (78.2) 92 72 0.39 (9.9) 4.28 (108.7)
3.06 (77.7) 96 76 0.37 (9.4) 4.26 (108.2)
3.04 (77.2) 100 80 0.35 (8.9) 4.24 (107.7)
3.02 (76.7) 104 84 0.33 (8.4) 4.22 (107.2)
3.00 (76.2) 108 88 0.31 (7.9) 4.20 (106.7)
2.98 (75.7) 112 92 0.29 (7.4) 4.18 (106.2)
2.96 (75.2) 116 96 0.27 (6.9) 4.16 (105.7)
2.94 (74.7) 120 100 0.25 (6.3) 4.14 (105.2)
2.92 (74.2) 104 0.23 (5.8) 4.12 (104.6)
2.90 (73.7) 108 0.21 (5.3) 4.10 (104.1)
2.88 (73.2) 112 0.19 (4.8) 4.08 (103.6)
2.86 (72.6) 116 0.17 (4.3) 4.06 (103.1)
2.84 (72.1) 120 0.15 (3.8) 4.04 (102.6)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 742

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D9L, 589 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service
.83 in. (21 mm)

1.73 in. (44 mm)


Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic
Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.70 (94.0) 0 0 4.50 (114.3)
3.60 (91.5) 5 4 4.40 (111.8)
3.50 (89.0) 10 8 4.30 (109.2)
3.40 (86.5) 15 12 4.20 (106.7)
3.30 (84.0) 20 16 4.10 (104.1)
3.20 (81.5) 25 20 4.00 (101.6)
3.10 (78.5) 30 24 3.90 (99.1)
3.00 (76.0) 35 28 3.80 (96.5)
2.90 (73.5) 40 32 3.70 (94.0)
2.80 (71.0) 45 36 3.60 (91.4)
2.70 (68.5) 50 40 3.50 (88.9)
2.60 (66.0) 55 44 3.40 (86.4)
2.50 (63.5) 60 48 3.30 (83.8)
2.40 (61.0) 64 52 3.20 (81.3)
2.30 (58.5) 68 56 3.10 (78.7)
2.20 (56.0) 72 60 3.00 (76.2)
2.10 (53.5) 76 64 2.90 (73.7)
2.00 (51.0) 80 68 2.80 (71.1)
1.90 (48.5) 84 72 2.70 (68.6)
1.80 (45.5) 88 76 2.60 (66.0)
1.70 (43.0) 92 79 2.50 (63.5)
1.60 (40.5) 96 82 2.40 (61.0)
1.50 (38.0) 100 85 2.30 (58.4)
1.40 (35.5) 104 88 2.20 (55.9)
1.30 (33.0) 108 91 2.10 (53.3)
1.20 (30.5) 112 94 2.00 (50.8)
1.10 (28.0) 116 97 1.90 (48.3)
1.00 (25.5) 120 100 1.80 (45.7)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.70 (43.2)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.60 (40.6)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.50 (38.1)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.40 (35.6)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.30 (33.0)
0.40 (10.0) 118 1.20 (30.5)
0.30 (7.5) 121 1.10 (27.9)

1 Wear Chart: 1940

239
D9L, 589 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.10 (78.5) 0 0 3.85 (97.8)
3.00 (76.0) 7 5 3.75 (95.3)
2.90 (73.5) 14 10 3.65 (92.7)
2.80 (71.0) 21 15 3.55 (90.2)
2.70 (68.5) 28 20 3.45 (87.6)
2.60 (66.0) 34 25 3.35 (85.1)
2.50 (63.5) 40 30 3.25 (82.6)
2.40 (61.0) 46 35 3.15 (80.0)
2.30 (58.5) 52 40 3.05 (77.5)
2.20 (56.0) 58 45 2.95 (74.9)
2.10 (53.5) 64 50 2.85 (72.4)
2.00 (51.0) 70 55 2.75 (69.9)
1.90 (48.5) 76 60 2.65 (67.3)
1.80 (45.5) 82 65 2.55 (64.8)
1.70 (43.0) 88 70 2.45 (62.2)
1.60 (40.5) 94 75 2.35 (59.7)
1.50 (38.0) 100 80 2.25 (57.2)
1.40 (35.5) 106 84 2.15 (54.6)
1.30 (33.0) 112 88 2.05 (52.1)
1.20 (30.5) 118 92 1.95 (49.5)
1.10 (28.0) 124 96 1.85 (47.0)
1.00 (25.5) 100 1.75 (44.5)
0.90 (23.0) 104 1.65 (41.9)
0.80 (20.5) 108 1.55 (39.4)
0.70 (18.0) 112 1.45 (36.8)
0.60 (15.0) 116 1.35 (34.3)
0.50 (12.5) 120 1.25 (31.7)

1 Wear Chart: 1641

240
D9L, 589 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)

Idlers (1) (2) (3)

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
0.78 (20.0) 0
0.82 (21.0) 10
0.86 (22.0) 20
0.90 (23.0) 30
0.94 (24.0) 40
0.98 (25.0) 50
1.02 (26.0) 60
1.06 (27.0) 64
1.10 (28.0) 68
1.14 (29.0) 72
1.18 (30.0) 76
1.22 (31.0) 80
1.26 (32.0) 84
1.30 (33.0) 88
1.34 (34.0) 92
1.38 (35.0) 96
1.42 (36.0) 100
1.46 (37.0) 104
1.50 (38.0) 108
1.54 (39.0) 112
1.58 (40.0) 116
1.62 (41.0) 120

1 Flange width is 4.63 in. (117.5 mm)


2 New tread diameter is 29.25 in. (743 mm)
3 Wear Chart: 4442

241
D9L, 589 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Single Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
10.71 (272.0) 0 0.55 (14.0) 2.73 (69.3)
10.63 (270.0) 5 0.59 (15.0) 2.69 (68.3)
10.55 (268.0) 10 0.63 (16.0) 2.65 (67.3)
10.47 (266.0) 15 0.67 (17.0) 2.61 (66.3)
10.39 (264.0) 20 0.71 (18.0) 2.57 (65.3)
10.31 (262.0) 25 0.75 (19.0) 2.53 (64.3)
10.23 (260.0) 30 0.79 (20.0) 2.49 (63.2)
10.15 (258.0) 35 0.83 (21.0) 2.45 (62.2)
10.07 (256.0) 40 0.87 (22.0) 2.41 (61.2)
9.99 (253.5) 45 0.91 (23.0) 2.37 (60.2)
9.91 (251.5) 50 0.95 (24.0) 2.33 (59.2)
9.83 (249.5) 55 0.99 (25.0) 2.29 (58.2)
9.75 (247.5) 58 1.03 (26.0) 2.25 (57.2)
9.67 (245.5) 61 1.07 (27.0) 2.21 (56.1)
9.59 (243.5) 64 1.11 (28.0) 2.17 (55.1)
9.51 (241.5) 67 1.15 (29.0) 2.13 (54.1)
9.43 (239.5) 70 1.19 (30.0) 2.09 (53.1)
9.35 (237.5) 73 1.23 (31.0) 2.05 (52.1)
9.27 (235.5) 76 1.27 (32.5) 2.01 (51.1)
9.19 (233.5) 79 1.31 (33.5) 1.97 (50.0)
9.11 (231.5) 82 1.35 (34.5) 1.93 (49.0)
9.03 (229.5) 85 1.39 (35.5) 1.89 (48.0)
8.95 (227.5) 88 1.43 (36.5) 1.85 (47.0)
8.87 (225.5) 91 1.47 (37.5) 1.81 (46.0)
8.79 (223.5) 94 1.51 (38.5) 1.77 (45.0)
8.71 (221.0) 97 1.55 (39.5) 1.73 (43.9)
8.63 (219.0) 100 1.59 (40.5) 1.69 (42.9)
8.55 (217.0) 103 1.63 (41.5) 1.65 (41.9)
8.47 (215.0) 106 1.67 (42.5) 1.61 (40.9)
8.39 (213.0) 109 1.71 (43.5) 1.57 (39.9)
8.31 (211.0) 112 1.75 (44.5) 1.53 (38.9)
8.23 (209.0) 115 1.79 (45.5) 1.49 (37.8)
8.15 (207.0) 118 1.83 (46.5) 1.45 (36.8)
8.07 (205.0) 121 1.87 (47.5) 1.41 (35.8)

1 Flange diameter is 11.81 in. (300 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5343

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D9L, 589 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Double Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
10.23 (260.0) 0 0.78 (20.0) 2.49 (63.2)
10.15 (258.0) 6 0.82 (21.0) 2.45 (62.2)
10.07 (256.0) 12 0.86 (22.0) 2.41 (61.2)
9.99 (253.5) 18 0.90 (23.0) 2.37 (60.2)
9.91 (251.5) 24 0.94 (24.0) 2.33 (59.2)
9.83 (249.5) 30 0.98 (25.0) 2.29 (58.2)
9.75 (247.5) 36 1.02 (26.0) 2.25 (57.2)
9.67 (245.5) 42 1.06 (27.0) 2.21 (56.1)
9.59 (243.5) 48 1.10 (28.0) 2.17 (55.1)
9.51 (241.5) 52 1.14 (29.0) 2.13 (54.1)
9.43 (239.5) 56 1.18 (30.0) 2.09 (53.1)
9.35 (237.5) 60 1.22 (31.0) 2.05 (52.1)
9.27 (235.5) 64 1.26 (32.0) 2.01 (51.1)
9.19 (233.5) 68 1.30 (33.0) 1.97 (50.0)
9.11 (231.5) 72 1.34 (34.0) 1.93 (49.0)
9.03 (229.5) 76 1.38 (35.0) 1.89 (48.0)
8.95 (227.5) 80 1.42 (36.0) 1.85 (47.0)
8.87 (225.5) 84 1.46 (37.0) 1.81 (46.0)
8.79 (223.5) 88 1.50 (38.0) 1.77 (45.0)
8.71 (221.0) 92 1.54 (39.0) 1.73 (43.9)
8.63 (219.0) 96 1.58 (40.0) 1.69 (42.9)
8.55 (217.0) 100 1.62 (41.0) 1.65 (41.9)
8.47 (215.0) 104 1.66 (42.0) 1.61 (40.9)
8.39 (213.0) 108 1.70 (43.0) 1.57 (39.9)
8.31 (211.0) 112 1.74 (44.0) 1.53 (38.9)
8.23 (209.0) 116 1.78 (45.0) 1.49 (37.8)
8.15 (207.0) 120 1.82 (46.0) 1.45 (36.8)

1 Flange diameter is 11.81 in. (300 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5342

243
D9L, 589 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
Sprockets (1)

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
9.85 (250.0) 0
9.80 (249.0) 7
9.75 (247.5) 14
9.70 (246.5) 21
9.65 (245.0) 28
9.60 (244.0) 35
9.55 (242.5) 42
9.50 (241.5) 49
9.45 (240.0) 55
9.40 (239.0) 60
9.35 (237.5) 65
9.30 (236.0) 70
9.25 (235.0) 75
9.20 (233.5) 80
9.15 (232.5) 85
9.10 (231.0) 90
9.05 (230.0) 95
9.00 (228.5) 100
8.95 (227.5) 105
8.90 (226.0) 110
8.85 (225.0) 115
8.80 (223.5) 120

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7140

244
D10N, D10R, D10T - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Links (1)
9W-5265 & 66
7T-0715 & 16
320-3053 & 54
Standard Link or Scallop Resistant Link

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Greater % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
7.12 (181.0) 0 2.36 (59.9)
7.10 (180.5) 4 2.34 (59.4)
7.08 (180.0) 8 2.32 (58.9)
7.06 (179.5) 12 2.30 (58.4)
7.04 (179.0) 16 2.28 (57.9)
7.02 (178.5) 20 2.26 (57.4)
7.00 (178.0) 24 2.24 (56.9)
6.98 (177.5) 28 2.22 (56.4)
6.96 (177.0) 32 2.20 (55.9)
6.94 (176.5) 36 2.18 (55.4)
6.92 (176.0) 40 2.16 (54.9)
6.90 (175.5) 44 2.14 (54.4)
6.88 (175.0) 48 2.12 (53.8)
6.86 (174.0) 52 2.10 (53.3)
6.84 (173.5) 55 2.08 (52.8)
6.82 (173.0) 57 2.06 (52.3)
6.80 (172.5) 60 2.04 (51.8)
6.78 (172.0) 62 2.02 (51.3)
6.76 (171.5) 65 2.00 (50.8)
6.74 (171.0) 67 1.98 (50.3)
6.72 (170.5) 70 1.96 (49.8)
6.70 (170.0) 72 1.94 (49.3)
6.68 (169.5) 75 1.92 (48.8)
6.66 (169.0) 77 1.90 (48.3)
6.64 (168.5) 80 1.88 (47.8)
6.62 (168.0) 82 1.86 (47.2)
6.60 (167.5) 85 1.84 (46.7)
6.58 (167.0) 87 1.82 (46.2)
6.56 (166.5) 90 1.80 (45.7)
6.54 (166.0) 92 1.78 (45.2)
6.52 (165.5) 95 1.76 (44.7)
6.50 (165.0) 97 1.74 (44.2)
6.48 (164.5) 100 1.72 (43.7)
6.46 (164.0) 102 1.70 (43.2)
6.44 (163.5) 105 1.68 (42.7)
6.42 (163.0) 107 1.66 (42.2)
6.40 (162.5) 110 1.64 (41.7)
6.38 (162.0) 112 1.62 (41.1)
6.36 (161.5) 115 1.60 (40.6)
6.34 (161.0) 117 1.58 (40.1)
6.32 (160.5) 120 1.56 (39.6)

1 Wear Chart: 183


2 If 9W-5265 & 66, 7T-0715 & 16, or 320-3053 & 54 link cracking has been experienced, please
use the Lesser Allowable Wear chart located on, page 278 at the end of the Elevated Sprock-
et Machine Section. Also see, page 88 for further definition of Link Allowable Wear.

245
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.74 (95.0) 0 0 0.72 (18.3) 4.86 (123.5)
3.72 (94.5) 10 8 0.70 (17.8) 4.84 (123.0)
3.70 (94.0) 20 16 0.68 (17.3) 4.82 (122.5)
3.68 (93.5) 30 24 0.66 (16.8) 4.80 (122.0)
3.66 (93.0) 40 32 0.64 (16.3) 4.78 (121.5)
3.64 (92.5) 50 40 0.62 (15.7) 4.76 (121.0)
3.62 (91.9) 60 48 0.60 (15.2) 4.74 (120.5)
3.60 (91.4) 70 52 0.58 (14.7) 4.72 (119.9)
3.58 (90.9) 76 56 0.56 (14.2) 4.70 (119.4)
3.56 (90.4) 80 60 0.54 (13.7) 4.68 (118.9)
3.54 (89.9) 84 64 0.52 (13.2) 4.66 (118.4)
3.52 (89.4) 88 68 0.50 (12.7) 4.64 (117.9)
3.50 (88.9) 92 72 0.48 (12.2) 4.62 (117.4)
3.48 (88.4) 96 76 0.46 (11.7) 4.60 (116.9)
3.46 (87.9) 100 80 0.44 (11.2) 4.58 (116.4)
3.44 (87.4) 104 84 0.42 (10.7) 4.56 (115.9)
3.42 (86.9) 108 88 0.40 (10.2) 4.54 (115.4)
3.40 (86.4) 112 92 0.38 (9.7) 4.52 (114.9)
3.38 (85.9) 116 96 0.36 (9.1) 4.50 (114.4)
3.36 (85.3) 120 100 0.34 (8.6) 4.48 (113.8)
3.34 (84.8) 104 0.32 (8.1) 4.46 (113.3)
3.32 (84.3) 108 0.30 (7.6) 4.44 (112.8)
3.30 (83.8) 112 0.28 (7.1) 4.42 (112.3)
3.28 (83.3) 116 0.26 (6.6) 4.40 (111.8)
3.26 (82.8) 120 0.24 (6.1) 4.38 (111.3)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 782

246
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Super Extreme Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
4.00 (101.5) 0 0 4.85 (123.2)
3.90 (99.0) 4 4 4.75 (120.7)
3.80 (96.5) 8 8 4.65 (118.1)
3.70 (94.0) 12 12 4.55 (115.6)
3.60 (91.5) 16 16 4.45 (113.0)
3.50 (89.0) 20 20 4.35 (110.5)
3.40 (86.5) 24 24 4.25 (108.0)
3.30 (84.0) 28 28 4.15 (105.4)
3.20 (81.5) 32 32 4.05 (102.9)
3.10 (78.5) 36 36 3.95 (100.3)
3.00 (76.0) 40 40 3.85 (97.8)
2.90 (73.5) 44 43 3.75 (95.3)
2.80 (71.0) 48 46 3.65 (92.7)
2.70 (68.5) 52 49 3.55 (90.2)
2.60 (66.0) 56 52 3.45 (87.6)
2.50 (63.5) 60 55 3.35 (85.1)
2.40 (61.0) 64 58 3.25 (82.6)
2.30 (58.5) 68 61 3.15 (80.0)
2.20 (56.0) 72 64 3.05 (77.5)
2.10 (53.5) 76 67 2.95 (74.9)
2.00 (51.0) 80 70 2.85 (72.4)
1.90 (48.5) 84 73 2.75 (69.9)
1.80 (45.5) 88 76 2.65 (67.3)
1.70 (43.0) 92 79 2.55 (64.8)
1.60 (40.5) 96 82 2.45 (62.2)
1.50 (38.0) 100 85 2.35 (59.7)
1.40 (35.5) 104 88 2.25 (57.2)
1.30 (33.0) 108 91 2.15 (54.6)
1.20 (30.5) 112 94 2.05 (52.1)
1.10 (28.0) 116 97 1.95 (49.5)
1.00 (25.5) 120 100 1.85 (47.0)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.75 (44.5)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.65 (41.9)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.55 (39.4)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.45 (36.8)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.35 (34.3)
0.40 (10.0) 118 1.25 (31.8)
0.30 (7.5) 121 1.15 (29.2)

1 Wear Chart: 1980

247
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.70 (94.0) 0 0 4.50 (114.3)
3.60 (91.5) 5 4 4.40 (111.8)
3.50 (89.0) 10 8 4.30 (109.2)
3.40 (86.5) 15 12 4.20 (106.7)
3.30 (84.0) 20 16 4.10 (104.1)
3.20 (81.5) 25 20 4.00 (101.6)
3.10 (78.5) 30 24 3.90 (99.1)
3.00 (76.0) 35 28 3.80 (96.5)
2.90 (73.5) 40 32 3.70 (94.0)
2.80 (71.0) 45 36 3.60 (91.4)
2.70 (68.5) 50 40 3.50 (88.9)
2.60 (66.0) 55 44 3.40 (86.4)
2.50 (63.5) 60 48 3.30 (83.8)
2.40 (61.0) 64 52 3.20 (81.3)
2.30 (58.5) 68 56 3.10 (78.7)
2.20 (56.0) 72 60 3.00 (76.2)
2.10 (53.5) 76 64 2.90 (73.7)
2.00 (51.0) 80 68 2.80 (71.1)
1.90 (48.5) 84 72 2.70 (68.6)
1.80 (45.5) 88 76 2.60 (66.0)
1.70 (43.0) 92 79 2.50 (63.5)
1.60 (40.5) 96 82 2.40 (61.0)
1.50 (38.0) 100 85 2.30 (58.4)
1.40 (35.5) 104 88 2.20 (55.9)
1.30 (33.0) 108 91 2.10 (53.3)
1.20 (30.5) 112 94 2.00 (50.8)
1.10 (28.0) 116 97 1.90 (48.3)
1.00 (25.5) 120 100 1.80 (45.7)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.70 (43.2)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.60 (40.6)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.50 (38.1)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.40 (35.6)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.30 (33.0)
0.40 (10.0) 118 1.20 (30.5)
0.30 (7.5) 121 1.10 (27.9)

1 Wear Chart: 1681

248
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3)
Conventional Idler

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
0.78 (20.0) 0
0.82 (21.0) 8
0.86 (22.0) 16
0.90 (23.0) 24
0.94 (24.0) 32
0.98 (25.0) 40
1.02 (26.0) 48
1.06 (27.0) 56
1.10 (28.0) 64
1.14 (29.0) 72
1.18 (30.0) 76
1.22 (31.0) 80
1.26 (32.0) 84
1.30 (33.0) 88
1.34 (34.0) 92
1.38 (35.0) 96
1.42 (36.0) 100
1.46 (37.0) 104
1.50 (38.0) 108
1.54 (39.0) 112
1.58 (40.0) 116
1.62 (41.0) 120

1 Flange width is 5.24 in. (133 mm)


2 New tread diameter is 30.16 in. (766 mm)
3 Wear Chart: 4484

249
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3)
Use with Sound Reduction Idler only

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic Center Flange Wear


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
1.10 (28.0) 0 1.56 (39.6) 0.00 (0.0)
1.12 (28.5) 4 1.54 (39.1) 0.02 (0.5)
1.14 (29.0) 8 1.52 (38.6) 0.04 (1.0)
1.16 (29.5) 12 1.50 (38.1) 0.06 (1.5)
1.18 (30.0) 16 1.48 (37.6) 0.08 (2.0)
1.20 (30.5) 20 1.46 (37.1) 0.10 (2.5)
1.22 (31.0) 24 1.44 (36.6) 0.12 (3.0)
1.24 (31.5) 28 1.42 (36.1) 0.14 (3.5)
1.26 (32.0) 32 1.40 (35.6) 0.16 (4.0)
1.28 (32.5) 36 1.38 (35.1) 0.18 (4.5)
1.30 (33.0) 40 1.36 (34.5) 0.20 (5.0)
1.32 (33.5) 44 1.34 (34.0) 0.22 (5.5)
1.34 (34.0) 48 1.32 (33.5) 0.24 (6.0)
1.36 (34.5) 52 1.30 (33.0) 0.26 (6.5)
1.38 (35.0) 55 1.28 (32.5) 0.28 (7.0)
1.40 (35.5) 58 1.26 (32.0) 0.30 (7.5)
1.42 (36.0) 61 1.24 (31.5) 0.32 (8.0)
1.44 (36.5) 64 1.22 (31.0) 0.34 (8.5)
1.46 (37.0) 67 1.20 (30.5) 0.36 (9.0)
1.48 (37.5) 70 1.18 (30.0) 0.38 (9.5)
1.50 (38.0) 73 1.16 (29.5) 0.40 (10.0)
1.52 (38.5) 76 1.14 (29.0) 0.42 (10.5)
1.54 (39.0) 79 1.12 (28.4) 0.44 (11.0)
1.56 (39.5) 82 1.10 (27.9) 0.46 (11.5)
1.58 (40.0) 85
1.60 (40.5) 88
NOTE
1.62 (41.0) 91
1.64 (41.5) 94 Ultrasonic measurement is to determine
1.66 (42.0) 97 flange wear only.
1.68 (42.5) 100
1.70 (43.0) 103
1.72 (43.5) 106
1.74 (44.0) 109
1.76 (44.5) 112
1.78 (45.0) 115
1.80 (45.5) 118
1.82 (46.0) 121
1.84 (46.5) 124

1 Flange width is 5.21 in. (132.4 mm)


2 New Tread diameter is 29.54 in. (750.2 mm)
3 Wear Chart: 4488

250
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Single Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
10.94 (278.0) 0 0.67 (17.0) 2.85 (72.4)
10.84 (275.5) 5 0.72 (18.5) 2.80 (71.1)
10.74 (273.0) 10 0.77 (19.5) 2.75 (69.9)
10.64 (270.5) 15 0.82 (21.0) 2.70 (68.6)
10.54 (267.5) 20 0.87 (22.0) 2.65 (67.3)
10.44 (265.0) 25 0.92 (23.5) 2.60 (66.0)
10.34 (262.5) 30 0.97 (24.5) 2.55 (64.8)
10.24 (260.0) 35 1.02 (26.0) 2.50 (63.5)
10.14 (257.5) 40 1.07 (27.0) 2.45 (62.2)
10.04 (255.0) 43 1.12 (28.5) 2.40 (61.0)
9.94 (252.5) 46 1.17 (29.5) 2.35 (59.7)
9.84 (250.0) 49 1.22 (31.0) 2.30 (58.4)
9.74 (247.5) 52 1.27 (32.5) 2.25 (57.2)
9.64 (245.0) 55 1.32 (33.5) 2.20 (55.9)
9.54 (242.5) 58 1.37 (35.0) 2.15 (54.6)
9.44 (240.0) 61 1.42 (36.0) 2.10 (53.3)
9.34 (237.0) 64 1.47 (37.5) 2.05 (52.1)
9.24 (234.5) 67 1.52 (38.5) 2.00 (50.8)
9.14 (232.0) 70 1.57 (40.0) 1.95 (49.5)
9.04 (229.5) 73 1.62 (41.0) 1.90 (48.3)
8.94 (227.0) 76 1.67 (42.5) 1.85 (47.0)
8.84 (224.5) 79 1.72 (43.5) 1.80 (45.7)
8.74 (222.0) 82 1.77 (45.0) 1.75 (44.5)
8.64 (219.5) 85 1.82 (46.0) 1.70 (43.2)
8.54 (217.0) 88 1.87 (47.5) 1.65 (41.9)
8.44 (214.5) 91 1.92 (49.0) 1.60 (40.6)
8.34 (212.0) 94 1.97 (50.0) 1.55 (39.4)
8.24 (209.5) 97 2.02 (51.5) 1.50 (38.1)
8.14 (207.0) 100 2.07 (52.5) 1.45 (36.8)
8.04 (204.0) 103 2.12 (54.0) 1.40 (35.6)
7.94 (201.5) 106 2.17 (55.0) 1.35 (34.3)
7.84 (199.0) 109 2.22 (56.5) 1.30 (33.0)
7.74 (196.5) 112 2.27 (57.5) 1.25 (31.8)
7.64 (194.0) 115 2.32 (59.0) 1.20 (30.5)
7.54 (191.5) 118 2.37 (60.0) 1.15 (29.2)
7.44 (189.0) 121 2.42 (61.5) 1.10 (27.9)

1 Flange diameter is 12.28 in. (312 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5385

251
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Double Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
10.55 (268.0) 0 0.86 (22.0) 2.65 (67.3)
10.45 (265.5) 5 0.91 (23.0) 2.60 (66.0)
10.35 (263.0) 10 0.96 (24.5) 2.55 (64.8)
10.25 (260.5) 15 1.01 (25.5) 2.55 (63.5)
10.15 (258.0) 20 1.06 (27.0) 2.45 (62.2)
10.05 (255.5) 25 1.11 (28.0) 2.40 (61.0)
9.95 (252.5) 30 1.16 (29.5) 2.35 (59.7)
9.85 (250.0) 35 1.21 (30.5) 2.30 (58.4)
9.75 (247.5) 40 1.26 (32.0) 2.25 (57.2)
9.65 (245.0) 45 1.31 (33.5) 2.20 (55.9)
9.55 (242.5) 50 1.36 (34.5) 2.15 (54.6)
9.45 (240.0) 55 1.41 (36.0) 2.10 (53.3)
9.35 (237.5) 60 1.46 (37.0) 2.05 (52.1)
9.25 (235.0) 65 1.51 (38.5) 2.00 (50.8)
9.15 (232.5) 70 1.56 (39.5) 1.95 (49.5)
9.05 (230.0) 73 1.61 (41.0) 1.90 (48.3)
8.95 (227.5) 76 1.66 (42.0) 1.85 (47.0)
8.85 (225.0) 79 1.71 (43.5) 1.80 (45.7)
8.75 (222.5) 82 1.76 (44.5) 1.75 (44.5)
8.65 (219.5) 85 1.81 (46.0) 1.70 (43.2)
8.55 (217.0) 88 1.86 (47.0) 1.65 (41.9)
8.45 (214.5) 91 1.91 (48.5) 1.60 (40.6)
8.35 (212.0) 94 1.96 (50.0) 1.55 (39.4)
8.25 (209.5) 97 2.01 (51.0) 1.50 (38.1)
8.15 (207.0) 100 2.06 (52.5) 1.45 (36.8)
8.05 (204.5) 103 2.11 (53.5) 1.40 (35.6)
7.95 (202.0) 106 2.16 (55.0) 1.35 (34.3)
7.85 (199.5) 109 2.21 (56.0) 1.30 (33.0)
7.75 (197.0) 112 2.26 (57.5) 1.25 (31.8)
7.65 (194.5) 115 2.31 (58.5) 1.20 (30.5)
7.55 (192.0) 118 2.36 (60.0) 1.15 (29.2)
7.45 (189.0) 121 2.41 (61.0) 1.10 (27.9)

1 Flange diameter is 12.28 in. (312 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 6285

252
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Not for use with Sound Reduction Sprocket

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
11.30 (287.0) 0
11.25 (286.0) 5
11.20 (284.5) 10
11.15 (283.0) 15
11.10 (282.0) 20
11.05 (280.5) 25
11.00 (279.5) 30
10.95 (278.0) 35
10.90 (277.0) 40
10.85 (275.5) 45
10.80 (274.5) 50
10.75 (273.0) 55
10.70 (272.0) 60
10.65 (270.5) 65
10.60 (269.0) 70
10.55 (268.0) 75
10.50 (266.5) 80
10.45 (265.5) 84
10.40 (264.0) 88
10.35 (263.0) 92
10.30 (261.5) 96
10.25 (260.5) 100
10.20 (259.0) 104
10.15 (258.0) 108
10.10 (256.5) 112
10.05 (255.5) 116
10.00 (254.0) 120

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7181

253
D10N, D10R, D10T 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Sound Reduction Sprocket Only

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
11.15 (283.0) 0
11.10 (282.0) 6
11.05 (280.5) 12
11.00 (279.5) 18
10.95 (278.0) 24
10.90 (277.0) 30
10.85 (275.5) 36
10.80 (274.5) 42
10.75 (273.0) 48
10.70 (272.0) 54
10.65 (270.5) 60
10.60 (269.0) 65
10.55 (268.0) 70
10.50 (266.5) 75
10.45 (265.5) 80
10.40 (264.0) 85
10.35 (263.0) 90
10.30 (261.5) 95
10.25 (260.5) 100
10.20 (259.0) 105
10.15 (258.0) 110
10.10 (256.5) 115
10.05 (255.5) 120

1 Wear Chart: 7183

254
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Links (1)
9W-5723 & 24
9W-5933 & 34

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Greater % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
7.12 (181.0) 0 1.92 (48.8)
7.10 (180.5) 4 1.90 (48.3)
7.08 (180.0) 8 1.88 (47.8)
7.06 (179.5) 12 1.86 (47.2)
7.04 (179.0) 16 1.84 (46.7)
7.02 (178.5) 20 1.82 (46.2)
7.00 (178.0) 24 1.80 (45.7)
6.98 (177.5) 28 1.78 (45.2)
6.96 (177.0) 32 1.76 (44.7)
6.94 (176.5) 36 1.74 (44.2)
6.92 (176.0) 40 1.72 (43.7)
6.90 (175.5) 44 1.70 (43.2)
6.88 (175.0) 48 1.68 (42.7)
6.86 (174.0) 52 1.66 (42.2)
6.84 (173.5) 55 1.64 (41.7)
6.82 (173.0) 57 1.62 (41.1)
6.80 (172.5) 60 1.60 (40.6)
6.78 (172.0) 62 1.58 (40.1)
6.76 (171.5) 65 1.56 (39.6)
6.74 (171.0) 67 1.54 (39.1)
6.72 (170.5) 70 1.52 (38.6)
6.70 (170.0) 72 1.50 (38.1)
6.68 (169.5) 75 1.48 (37.6)
6.66 (169.0) 77 1.46 (37.1)
6.64 (168.5) 80 1.44 (36.6)
6.62 (168.0) 82 1.42 (36.1)
6.60 (167.5) 85 1.40 (35.6)
6.58 (167.0) 87 1.38 (35.1)
6.56 (166.5) 90 1.36 (34.5)
6.54 (166.0) 92 1.34 (34.0)
6.52 (165.5) 95 1.32 (33.5)
6.50 (165.0) 97 1.30 (33.0)
6.48 (164.5) 100 1.28 (32.5)
6.46 (164.0) 102 1.26 (32.0)
6.44 (163.5) 105 1.24 (31.5)
6.42 (163.0) 107 1.22 (31.0)
6.40 (162.5) 110 1.20 (30.5)
6.38 (162.0) 112 1.18 (30.0)
6.36 (161.5) 115 1.16 (29.5)
6.34 (161.0) 117 1.14 (29.0)
6.32 (160.5) 120 1.12 (28.4)

1 Wear Chart: 182


2 If 9W-5723 & 24, 9W-5933 & 34 link cracking has been experienced, please use the Lesser Al-
lowable Wear chart located on, page 279 at the end of the Elevated Sprocket Machine Sec-
tion. Also see, page 88 for further definition of Link Allowable Wear.

255
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
3.81 (96.8) 0 0 0.76 (19.3) 5.21 (132.4)
3.79 (96.3) 10 8 0.74 (18.8) 5.19 (131.9)
3.77 (95.8) 20 16 0.72 (18.3) 5.17 (131.4)
3.75 (95.3) 30 24 0.70 (17.8) 5.15 (130.9)
3.73 (94.7) 40 32 0.68 (17.3) 5.13 (130.3)
3.71 (94.2) 50 40 0.66 (16.8) 5.11 (129.8)
3.69 (93.7) 60 44 0.64 (16.3) 5.09 (129.3)
3.67 (93.2) 68 48 0.62 (15.7) 5.07 (128.8)
3.65 (92.7) 72 52 0.60 (15.2) 5.05 (128.3)
3.63 (92.2) 76 56 0.58 (14.7) 5.03 (127.8)
3.61 (91.7) 80 60 0.56 (14.2) 5.01 (127.3)
3.59 (91.2) 84 64 0.54 (13.7) 4.99 (126.8)
3.57 (90.7) 88 68 0.52 (13.2) 4.97 (126.3)
3.55 (90.2) 92 72 0.50 (12.7) 4.95 (125.8)
3.53 (89.7) 96 76 0.48 (12.2) 4.93 (125.3)
3.51 (89.2) 100 80 0.46 (11.7) 4.91 (124.8)
3.49 (88.6) 104 84 0.44 (11.2) 4.89 (124.2)
3.47 (88.1) 108 88 0.42 (10.7) 4.87 (123.7)
3.45 (87.6) 112 92 0.40 (10.2) 4.85 (123.2)
3.43 (87.1) 116 96 0.38 (9.7) 4.83 (122.7)
3.41 (86.6) 120 100 0.36 (9.1) 4.81 (122.2)
3.39 (86.1) 104 0.34 (8.6) 4.79 (121.7)
3.37 (85.6) 108 0.32 (8.1) 4.77 (121.2)
3.35 (85.1) 112 0.30 (7.6) 4.75 (120.7)
3.33 (84.6) 116 0.28 (7.1) 4.73 (120.2)
3.31 (84.1) 120 0.26 (6.6) 4.71 (119.7)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 781

256
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
4.00 (101.5) 0 0 4.85 (123.2)
3.90 (99.0) 4 4 4.75 (120.7)
3.80 (96.5) 8 8 4.65 (118.1)
3.70 (94.0) 12 12 4.55 (115.6)
3.60 (91.5) 16 16 4.45 (113.0)
3.50 (89.0) 20 20 4.35 (110.5)
3.40 (86.5) 24 24 4.25 (108.0)
3.30 (84.0) 28 28 4.15 (105.4)
3.20 (81.5) 32 32 4.05 (102.9)
3.10 (78.5) 36 36 3.95 (100.3)
3.00 (76.0) 40 40 3.85 (97.8)
2.90 (73.5) 44 43 3.75 (95.3)
2.80 (71.0) 48 46 3.65 (92.7)
2.70 (68.5) 52 49 3.55 (90.2)
2.60 (66.0) 56 52 3.45 (87.6)
2.50 (63.5) 60 55 3.35 (85.1)
2.40 (61.0) 64 58 3.25 (82.6)
2.30 (58.5) 68 61 3.15 (80.0)
2.20 (56.0) 72 64 3.05 (77.5)
2.10 (53.5) 76 67 2.95 (74.9)
2.00 (51.0) 80 70 2.85 (72.4)
1.90 (48.5) 84 73 2.75 (69.9)
1.80 (45.5) 88 76 2.65 (67.3)
1.70 (43.0) 92 79 2.55 (64.8)
1.60 (40.5) 96 82 2.45 (62.2)
1.50 (38.0) 100 85 2.35 (59.7)
1.40 (35.5) 104 88 2.25 (57.2)
1.30 (33.0) 108 91 2.15 (54.6)
1.20 (30.5) 112 94 2.05 (52.1)
1.10 (28.0) 116 97 1.95 (49.5)
1.00 (25.5) 120 100 1.85 (47.0)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.75 (44.5)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.65 (41.9)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.55 (39.4)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.45 (36.8)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.35 (34.3)
0.40 (10.0) 118 1.25 (31.8)
0.30 (7.5) 121 1.15 (29.2)

1 Wear Chart: 1980

257
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
3.70 (94.0) 0 0 4.50 (114.3)
3.60 (91.5) 5 4 4.40 (111.8)
3.50 (89.0) 10 8 4.30 (109.2)
3.40 (86.5) 15 12 4.20 (106.7)
3.30 (84.0) 20 16 4.10 (104.1)
3.20 (81.5) 25 20 4.00 (101.6)
3.10 (78.5) 30 24 3.90 (99.1)
3.00 (76.0) 35 28 3.80 (96.5)
2.90 (73.5) 40 32 3.70 (94.0)
2.80 (71.0) 45 36 3.60 (91.4)
2.70 (68.5) 50 40 3.50 (88.9)
2.60 (66.0) 55 44 3.40 (86.4)
2.50 (63.5) 60 48 3.30 (83.8)
2.40 (61.0) 64 52 3.20 (81.3)
2.30 (58.5) 68 56 3.10 (78.7)
2.20 (56.0) 72 60 3.00 (76.2)
2.10 (53.5) 76 64 2.90 (73.7)
2.00 (51.0) 80 68 2.80 (71.1)
1.90 (48.5) 84 72 2.70 (68.6)
1.80 (45.5) 88 76 2.60 (66.0)
1.70 (43.0) 92 79 2.50 (63.5)
1.60 (40.5) 96 82 2.40 (61.0)
1.50 (38.0) 100 85 2.30 (58.4)
1.40 (35.5) 104 88 2.20 (55.9)
1.30 (33.0) 108 91 2.10 (53.3)
1.20 (30.5) 112 94 2.00 (50.8)
1.10 (28.0) 116 97 1.90 (48.3)
1.00 (25.5) 120 100 1.80 (45.7)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.70 (43.2)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.60 (40.6)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.50 (38.1)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.40 (35.6)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.30 (33.0)
0.40 (10.0) 118 1.20 (30.5)
0.30 (7.5) 121 1.10 (27.9)

1 Wear Chart: 1681

258
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)

Idlers (1) (2) (3)

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
0.78 (20.0) 0
0.82 (21.0) 10
0.86 (22.0) 20
0.90 (23.0) 30
0.94 (24.0) 40
0.98 (25.0) 50
1.02 (26.0) 56
1.06 (27.0) 60
1.10 (28.0) 64
1.14 (29.0) 68
1.18 (30.0) 72
1.22 (31.0) 76
1.26 (32.0) 80
1.30 (33.0) 84
1.34 (34.0) 88
1.38 (35.0) 92
1.42 (36.0) 96
1.46 (37.0) 100
1.50 (38.0) 104
1.54 (39.0) 108
1.58 (40.0) 112
1.62 (41.0) 116
1.66 (42.0) 120

1 Flange width is 5.04 in (128 mm)


2 New tread diameter is 34.02 in. (864 mm)
3 Wear Chart: 4483

259
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Single Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
11.30 (287.0) 0 0.53 (13.5) 2.83 (71.9)
11.22 (285.0) 5 0.57 (14.5) 2.79 (70.9)
11.14 (283.0) 10 0.61 (15.5) 2.75 (69.9)
11.06 (281.0) 15 0.65 (16.5) 2.71 (68.8)
10.98 (279.0) 20 0.69 (17.5) 2.67 (67.8)
10.90 (277.0) 25 0.73 (18.5) 2.63 (66.8)
10.82 (275.0) 30 0.77 (19.5) 2.59 (65.8)
10.74 (273.0) 35 0.81 (20.5) 2.55 (64.8)
10.66 (271.0) 40 0.85 (21.5) 2.51 (63.8)
10.58 (268.5) 45 0.89 (22.5) 2.47 (62.7)
10.50 (266.5) 50 0.93 (23.5) 2.43 (61.7)
10.42 (264.5) 55 0.97 (24.5) 2.39 (60.7)
10.34 (262.5) 58 1.01 (25.5) 2.35 (59.7)
10.26 (260.5) 61 1.05 (26.5) 2.31 (58.7)
10.18 (258.5) 64 1.09 (27.5) 2.27 (57.7)
10.10 (256.5) 67 1.13 (28.5) 2.23 (56.6)
10.02 (254.5) 70 1.17 (29.5) 2.19 (55.6)
9.94 (252.5) 73 1.21 (30.5) 2.15 (54.6)
9.86 (250.5) 76 1.25 (32.0) 2.11 (53.6)
9.78 (248.5) 79 1.29 (33.0) 2.07 (52.6)
9.70 (246.5) 82 1.33 (34.0) 2.03 (51.6)
9.62 (244.5) 85 1.37 (35.0) 1.99 (50.5)
9.54 (242.5) 88 1.41 (36.0) 1.95 (49.5)
9.46 (240.5) 91 1.45 (37.0) 1.91 (48.5)
9.38 (238.5) 94 1.49 (38.0) 1.87 (47.5)
9.30 (236.0) 97 1.53 (39.0) 1.83 (46.5)
9.22 (234.0) 100 1.57 (40.0) 1.79 (45.5)
9.14 (232.0) 103 1.61 (41.0) 1.75 (44.4)
9.06 (232.0) 106 1.65 (42.0) 1.71 (43.4)
8.98 (228.0) 109 1.69 (43.0) 1.67 (42.4)
8.90 (226.0) 112 1.73 (44.0) 1.63 (41.4)
8.82 (224.0) 115 1.77 (45.0) 1.59 (40.4)
8.74 (222.0) 118 1.81 (46.0) 1.55 (39.4)
8.66 (222.0) 121 1.85 (47.0) 1.51 (38.4)

1 Flange diameter is 12.36 in. (314 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5384

260
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Double Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
10.90 (277.0) 0 0.73 (18.5) 2.64 (67.1)
10.82 (275.0) 6 0.77 (19.5) 2.60 (66.0)
10.74 (273.0) 12 0.81 (20.5) 2.56 (65.0)
10.66 (271.0) 18 0.85 (21.5) 2.52 (64.0)
10.58 (268.5) 24 0.89 (22.5) 2.48 (63.0)
10.50 (266.5) 30 0.93 (23.5) 2.44 (62.0)
10.42 (264.5) 36 0.97 (24.5) 2.40 (61.0)
10.34 (262.5) 42 1.01 (25.5) 2.36 (59.9)
10.26 (260.5) 48 1.05 (26.5) 2.32 (58.9)
10.18 (258.5) 52 1.09 (27.5) 2.28 (57.9)
10.10 (256.5) 56 1.13 (28.5) 2.24 (56.9)
10.02 (254.5) 60 1.17 (29.5) 2.20 (55.9)
9.94 (252.5) 64 1.21 (30.5) 2.16 (54.9)
9.86 (250.5) 68 1.25 (32.0) 2.12 (53.8)
9.78 (248.5) 72 1.29 (33.0) 2.08 (52.8)
9.70 (246.5) 76 1.33 (34.0) 2.04 (51.8)
9.62 (244.5) 80 1.37 (35.0) 2.00 (50.8)
9.54 (242.5) 84 1.41 (36.0) 1.96 (49.8)
9.46 (240.5) 88 1.45 (37.0) 1.92 (48.8)
9.38 (238.5) 92 1.49 (38.0) 1.88 (47.8)
9.30 (236.0) 96 1.53 (39.0) 1.84 (46.7)
9.22 (234.0) 100 1.57 (40.0) 1.80 (45.7)
9.14 (232.0) 104 1.61 (41.0) 1.76 (44.7)
9.06 (230.0) 108 1.65 (42.0) 1.72 (43.7)
8.98 (228.0) 112 1.69 (43.0) 1.68 (42.7)
8.90 (226.0) 116 1.73 (44.0) 1.64 (41.7)
8.82 (224.0) 120 1.77 (45.0) 1.60 (40.6)

1 Flange diameter is 12.36 in. (314 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5383

261
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Sprockets (1)

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
11.05 (280.5) 0
11.00 (279.5) 7
10.95 (278.0) 14
10.90 (277.0) 21
10.85 (275.5) 28
10.80 (274.5) 34
10.75 (273.0) 40
10.70 (272.0) 46
10.65 (270.5) 52
10.60 (269.0) 58
10.55 (268.0) 64
10.50 (266.5) 70
10.45 (265.5) 76
10.40 (264.0) 82
10.35 (263.0) 88
10.30 (261.5) 94
10.25 (260.5) 100
10.20 (259.0) 106
10.15 (258.0) 112
10.10 (256.5) 118
10.05 (255.5) 124

NOTE

Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7180

262
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Track Links (1)
200-6325 & 26
Optional Tall Link

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
8.07 (205.0) 0 2.51 (63.8)
8.03 (204.0) 5 2.47 (62.7)
7.99 (203.0) 10 2.43 (61.7)
7.95 (202.0) 15 2.39 (60.7)
7.91 (201.0) 20 2.35 (59.7)
7.87 (200.0) 25 2.31 (58.7)
7.83 (199.0) 30 2.27 (57.7)
7.79 (198.0) 35 2.23 (56.6)
7.75 (197.0) 40 2.19 (55.6)
7.71 (196.0) 45 2.15 (54.6)
7.67 (195.0) 50 2.11 (53.6)
7.63 (194.0) 55 2.07 (52.6)
7.59 (193.0) 60 2.03 (51.6)
7.55 (192.0) 64 1.99 (50.5)
7.51 (191.0) 68 1.95 (49.5)
7.47 (189.5) 72 1.91 (48.5)
7.43 (188.5) 76 1.87 (47.5)
7.39 (187.5) 80 1.83 (46.5)
7.35 (186.5) 84 1.79 (45.5)
7.31 (185.5) 88 1.75 (44.5)
7.27 (184.5) 92 1.71 (43.4)
7.23 (183.5) 96 1.67 (42.4)
7.19 (182.5) 100 1.63 (41.4)
7.15 (181.5) 104 1.59 (40.4)
7.11 (180.5) 108 1.55 (39.4)
7.07 (179.5) 112 1.51 (38.4)
7.03 (178.5) 116 1.47 (37.3)
6.99 (177.5) 120 1.43 (36.3)

1 Wear Chart: 202

263
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Track Links (1)
6T-8049 & 50
320-3541 & 42
Standard Link or Scallop Resistant Link

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Greater % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
7.79 (198.0) 0 2.24 (56.9)
7.77 (197.5) 4 2.22 (56.4)
7.75 (197.0) 8 2.20 (55.9)
7.73 (196.5) 12 2.18 (55.4)
7.71 (196.0) 16 2.16 (54.9)
7.69 (195.5) 20 2.14 (54.4)
7.67 (195.0) 24 2.12 (53.8)
7.65 (194.5) 28 2.10 (53.3)
7.63 (194.0) 32 2.08 (52.8)
7.61 (193.5) 36 2.06 (52.3)
7.59 (193.0) 40 2.04 (51.8)
7.57 (192.5) 44 2.02 (51.3)
7.55 (192.0) 48 2.00 (50.8)
7.53 (191.5) 52 1.98 (50.3)
7.51 (191.0) 55 1.96 (49.8)
7.49 (190.0) 57 1.94 (49.3)
7.47 (189.5) 60 1.92 (48.8)
7.45 (189.0) 62 1.90 (48.3)
7.43 (188.5) 65 1.88 (47.8)
7.41 (188.0) 67 1.86 (47.2)
7.39 (187.5) 70 1.84 (46.7)
7.37 (187.0) 72 1.82 (46.2)
7.35 (186.5) 75 1.80 (45.7)
7.33 (186.0) 77 1.78 (45.2)
7.31 (185.5) 80 1.76 (44.7)
7.29 (185.0) 82 1.74 (44.2)
7.27 (184.5) 85 1.72 (43.7)
7.25 (184.0) 87 1.70 (43.2)
7.23 (183.5) 90 1.68 (42.7)
7.21 (183.0) 92 1.66 (42.2)
7.19 (182.5) 95 1.64 (41.7)
7.17 (182.0) 97 1.62 (41.1)
7.15 (181.5) 100 1.60 (40.6)
7.13 (181.0) 102 1.58 (40.1)
7.11 (180.5) 105 1.56 (39.6)
7.09 (180.0) 107 1.54 (39.1)
7.07 (179.5) 110 1.52 (38.6)
7.05 (179.0) 112 1.50 (38.1)
7.03 (178.5) 115 1.48 (37.6)
7.01 (178.0) 117 1.46 (37.1)
6.99 (177.5) 120 1.44 (36.6)

1 Wear Chart: 200


2 If 6T-8049 & 50 link cracking has been experienced, please use the Lesser Allowable Wear
chart located on, page 280 at the end of the Elevated Sprocket Machine Section. Also see,
page 88 for further definition of Link Allowable Wear.

264
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Bushings (1)
Sealed & Lubricated Track

Allowable Wear
Caliper Lesser Greater Ultrasonic Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
4.32 (109.7) 0 0 0.82 (20.8) 5.62 (142.7)
4.30 (109.2) 8 6 0.80 (20.3) 5.60 (142.2)
4.28 (108.7) 16 12 0.78 (19.8) 5.58 (141.7)
4.26 (108.2) 24 18 0.76 (19.3) 5.56 (141.2)
4.24 (107.7) 32 24 0.74 (18.8) 5.54 (140.7)
4.22 (107.2) 40 30 0.72 (18.3) 5.52 (140.2)
4.20 (106.7) 46 36 0.70 (17.8) 5.50 (139.7)
4.18 (106.2) 52 42 0.68 (17.3) 5.48 (139.2)
4.16 (105.7) 58 48 0.66 (16.8) 5.46 (138.7)
4.14 (105.2) 64 54 0.64 (16.3) 5.44 (138.2)
4.12 (104.6) 70 60 0.62 (15.7) 5.42 (137.7)
4.10 (104.1) 76 64 0.60 (15.2) 5.40 (137.2)
4.08 (103.6) 82 68 0.58 (14.7) 5.38 (136.7)
4.06 (103.1) 88 72 0.56 (14.2) 5.36 (136.1)
4.04 (102.6) 94 76 0.54 (13.7) 5.34 (135.6)
4.02 (102.1) 100 80 0.52 (13.2) 5.32 (135.1)
4.00 (101.6) 106 84 0.50 (12.7) 5.30 (134.6)
3.98 (101.1) 112 88 0.48 (12.2) 5.28 (134.1)
3.96 (100.6) 118 92 0.46 (11.7) 5.26 (133.6)
3.94 (100.1) 124 96 0.44 (11.2) 5.24 (133.1)
3.92 (99.6) 100 0.42 (10.7) 5.22 (132.6)
3.90 (99.1) 104 0.40 (10.2) 5.20 (132.1)
3.88 (98.6) 108 0.38 (9.7) 5.18 (131.6)
3.86 (98.0) 112 0.36 (9.1) 5.16 (131.1)
3.84 (97.5) 116 0.34 (8.6) 5.14 (130.6)
3.82 (97.0) 120 0.32 (8.1) 5.12 (130.0)
Note: Do Not Use Depth Gauge Until Bushings Have Been Turned.

1 Wear Chart: 800

265
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service

Depth Gauge High Impact Low/Moderate Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Impact % Worn Inches (mm)
4.00 (101.5) 0 0 4.95 (125.7)
3.90 (99.0) 4 4 4.85 (123.2)
3.80 (96.5) 8 8 4.75 (120.7)
3.70 (94.0) 12 12 4.65 (118.1)
3.60 (91.5) 16 16 4.55 (115.6)
3.50 (89.0) 20 20 4.45 (113.0)
3.40 (86.5) 24 24 4.35 (110.5)
3.30 (84.0) 28 28 4.25 (108.0)
3.20 (81.5) 32 32 4.15 (105.4)
3.10 (78.5) 36 36 4.05 (102.9)
3.00 (76.0) 40 40 3.95 (100.3)
2.90 (73.5) 44 43 3.85 (97.8)
2.80 (71.0) 48 46 3.75 (95.3)
2.70 (68.5) 52 49 3.65 (92.7)
2.60 (66.0) 56 52 3.55 (90.2)
2.50 (63.5) 60 55 3.45 (87.6)
2.40 (61.0) 64 58 3.35 (85.1)
2.30 (58.5) 68 61 3.25 (82.6)
2.20 (56.0) 72 64 3.15 (80.0)
2.10 (53.5) 76 67 3.05 (77.5)
2.00 (51.0) 80 70 2.95 (74.9)
1.90 (48.5) 84 73 2.85 (72.4)
1.80 (45.5) 88 76 2.75 (69.9)
1.70 (43.0) 92 79 2.65 (67.3)
1.60 (40.5) 96 82 2.55 (64.8)
1.50 (38.0) 100 85 2.45 (62.2)
1.40 (35.5) 104 88 2.35 (59.7)
1.30 (33.0) 108 91 2.25 (57.2)
1.20 (30.5) 112 94 2.15 (54.6)
1.10 (28.0) 116 97 2.05 (52.1)
1.00 (25.5) 120 100 1.95 (49.5)
0.90 (23.0) 103 1.85 (47.0)
0.80 (20.5) 106 1.75 (44.5)
0.70 (18.0) 109 1.65 (41.9)
0.60 (15.0) 112 1.55 (39.4)
0.50 (12.5) 115 1.45 (36.8)
0.40 (10.0) 118 1.35 (34.3)
0.30 (7.5) 121 1.25 (31.8)

1 Wear Chart: 1700

266
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3)
Not for use with Sound Reduction Idler

Depth Gauge
Inches (mm) % Worn
0.78 (20.0) 0
0.82 (21.0) 8
0.86 (22.0) 16
0.90 (23.0) 24
0.94 (24.0) 32
0.98 (25.0) 40
1.02 (26.0) 48
1.06 (27.0) 56
1.10 (28.0) 64
1.14 (29.0) 72
1.18 (30.0) 76
1.22 (31.0) 80
1.26 (32.0) 84
1.30 (33.0) 88
1.34 (34.0) 92
1.38 (35.0) 96
1.42 (36.0) 100
1.46 (37.0) 104
1.50 (38.0) 108
1.54 (39.0) 112
1.58 (40.0) 116
1.62 (41.0) 120

1 Flange width is 5.87 in (149 mm)


2 New tread diameter is 35.12 in. (892 mm)
3 Wear Chart: 4500

267
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Idlers (1) (2) (3)
Use with Sound Reduction Idler only

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic Center Flange Wear


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
0.78 (20.0) 0 1.64 (41.7) 0.00 (0.0)
0.80 (20.5) 4 1.62 (41.1) 0.02 (0.5)
0.82 (21.0) 8 1.60 (40.6) 0.04 (1.0)
0.84 (21.5) 12 1.58 (40.1) 0.06 (1.5)
0.86 (22.0) 16 1.56 (39.6) 0.08 (2.0)
0.88 (22.5) 20 1.54 (39.1) 0.10 (2.5)
0.90 (23.0) 24 1.52 (38.6) 0.12 (3.0)
0.92 (23.5) 28 1.50 (38.1) 0.14 (3.5)
0.94 (24.0) 32 1.48 (37.6) 0.16 (4.0)
0.96 (24.5) 36 1.46 (37.1) 0.18 (4.5)
0.98 (25.0) 40 1.44 (36.6) 0.20 (5.0)
1.00 (25.5) 44 1.42 (36.1) 0.22 (5.5)
1.02 (26.0) 48 1.40 (35.6) 0.24 (6.0)
1.04 (26.5) 52 1.38 (35.1) 0.26 (6.5)
1.06 (27.0) 56 1.36 (34.5) 0.28 (7.0)
1.08 (27.5) 60 1.34 (34.0) 0.30 (7.5)
1.10 (28.0) 64 1.32 (33.5) 0.32 (8.0)
1.12 (28.5) 68 1.30 (33.0) 0.34 (8.5)
1.14 (29.0) 72 1.28 (32.5) 0.36 (9.0)
1.16 (29.5) 74 1.26 (32.0) 0.38 (9.5)
1.18 (30.0) 76 1.24 (31.5) 0.40 (10.0)
1.20 (30.5) 78 1.22 (31.0) 0.42 (10.5)
1.22 (31.0) 80 1.20 (30.5) 0.44 (11.0)
1.24 (31.5) 82 1.18 (30.0) 0.46 (11.5)
1.26 (32.0) 84
1.28 (32.5) 86
1.30 (33.0) 88 NOTE
1.32 (33.5) 90 Ultrasonic measurement is to determine
1.34 (34.0) 92
flange wear only.
1.36 (34.5) 94
1.38 (35.0) 96
1.40 (35.5) 98
1.42 (36.0) 100
1.44 (36.5) 102
1.46 (37.0) 104
1.48 (37.5) 106
1.50 (38.0) 108
1.52 (38.5) 110
1.54 (39.0) 112
1.56 (39.5) 114
1.58 (40.0) 116
1.60 (40.5) 118
1.62 (41.0) 120

1 Flange width is 5.91 in. (150 mm)


2 New tread diameter is 35.20 in. (894.2 mm)
3 Wear Chart: 4502

268
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Single Flange
Optional Large Diameter Roller
Use with 200-6325 & 26 Links

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
12.16 (309.0) 0 0.67 (17.0) 3.27 (83.1)
11.96 (304.0) 6 0.77 (19.5) 3.17 (80.5)
11.76 (298.5) 12 0.87 (22.0) 3.07 (78.0)
11.56 (293.5) 18 0.97 (24.5) 2.97 (75.4)
11.36 (288.5) 24 1.07 (27.0) 2.87 (72.9)
11.16 (283.5) 30 1.17 (29.5) 2.77 (70.4)
10.96 (278.5) 36 1.27 (32.5) 2.67 (67.8)
10.76 (273.5) 42 1.37 (35.0) 2.57 (65.3)
10.56 (268.0) 48 1.47 (37.5) 2.47 (62.7)
10.36 (263.0) 54 1.57 (40.0) 2.37 (60.2)
10.16 (258.0) 60 1.67 (42.5) 2.27 (57.7)
9.96 (253.0) 66 1.77 (45.0) 2.17 (55.1)
9.76 (248.0) 72 1.87 (47.5) 2.07 (52.6)
9.56 (243.0) 78 1.97 (50.0) 1.97 (50.0)
9.36 (237.5) 84 2.07 (52.5) 1.87 (47.5)
9.16 (232.5) 88 2.17 (55.0) 1.77 (45.0)
8.96 (227.5) 92 2.27 (57.5) 1.67 (42.4)
8.76 (222.5) 96 2.37 (60.0) 1.57 (39.9)
8.56 (217.5) 100 2.47 (62.5) 1.47 (37.3)
8.36 (212.5) 104 2.57 (65.5) 1.37 (34.8)
8.16 (207.5) 108 2.67 (68.0) 1.27 (32.3)
7.96 (202.0) 112 2.77 (70.5) 1.17 (29.7)
7.76 (197.0) 116 2.87 (73.0) 1.07 (27.2)
7.56 (192.0) 120 2.97 (75.5) 0.97 (24.6)
7.36 (187.0) 124 3.07 (78.0) 0.87 (22.1)

1 Flange diameter is 13.50 in. (343 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5402

269
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Single Flange
Standard Roller

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
11.30 (287.0) 0 0.67 (17.0) 2.83 (71.9)
11.20 (284.5) 4 0.72 (18.5) 2.78 (70.6)
11.10 (282.0) 8 0.77 (19.5) 2.73 (69.3)
11.00 (279.5) 12 0.82 (21.0) 2.68 (68.1)
10.90 (277.0) 16 0.87 (22.0) 2.63 (66.8)
10.80 (274.5) 20 0.92 (23.5) 2.58 (65.5)
10.70 (272.0) 24 0.97 (24.5) 2.53 (64.3)
10.60 (269.0) 28 1.02 (26.0) 2.48 (63.0)
10.50 (266.5) 32 1.07 (27.0) 2.43 (61.7)
10.40 (264.0) 36 1.12 (28.5) 2.38 (60.5)
10.30 (261.5) 40 1.17 (29.5) 2.33 (59.2)
10.20 (259.0) 44 1.22 (31.0) 2.28 (57.9)
10.10 (256.5) 48 1.27 (32.5) 2.23 (56.6)
10.00 (254.0) 52 1.32 (33.5) 2.18 (55.4)
9.90 (251.5) 56 1.37 (35.0) 2.13 (54.1)
9.80 (249.0) 60 1.42 (36.0) 2.08 (52.8)
9.70 (246.5) 64 1.47 (37.5) 2.03 (51.6)
9.60 (244.0) 68 1.52 (38.5) 1.98 (50.3)
9.50 (241.5) 72 1.57 (40.0) 1.93 (49.0)
9.40 (239.0) 76 1.62 (41.0) 1.88 (47.8)
9.30 (236.0) 80 1.67 (42.5) 1.83 (46.5)
9.20 (233.5) 84 1.72 (43.5) 1.78 (45.2)
9.10 (231.0) 88 1.77 (45.0) 1.73 (43.9)
9.00 (228.5) 92 1.82 (46.0) 1.68 (42.7)
8.90 (226.0) 94 1.87 (47.5) 1.63 (41.4)
8.80 (223.5) 96 1.92 (49.0) 1.58 (40.1)
8.70 (221.0) 98 1.97 (50.0) 1.53 (38.9)
8.60 (218.5) 100 2.02 (51.5) 1.48 (37.6)
8.50 (216.0) 102 2.07 (52.5) 1.43 (36.3)
8.40 (213.5) 104 2.12 (54.0) 1.38 (35.1)
8.30 (211.0) 106 2.17 (55.0) 1.33 (33.8)
8.20 (208.5) 108 2.22 (56.5) 1.28 (32.5)
8.10 (205.5) 110 2.27 (57.5) 1.23 (31.2)
8.00 (203.0) 112 2.32 (59.0) 1.18 (30.0)
7.90 (200.5) 114 2.37 (60.0) 1.13 (28.7)
7.80 (198.0) 116 2.42 (61.5) 1.08 (27.4)
7.70 (195.5) 118 2.47 (62.5) 1.03 (26.2)
7.60 (193.0) 120 2.52 (64.0) 0.98 (24.9)

1 Flange diameter is 12.64 in. (321 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 5400

270
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Track Rollers (1) (2)
Double Flange

Caliper Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
10.90 (277.0) 0 0.86 (22.0) 2.64 (67.1)
10.80 (274.5) 6 0.91 (23.0) 2.59 (65.8)
10.70 (272.0) 12 0.96 (24.5) 2.54 (64.5)
10.60 (269.0) 18 1.01 (25.5) 2.49 (63.2)
10.50 (266.5) 24 1.06 (27.0) 2.44 (62.0)
10.40 (264.0) 30 1.11 (28.0) 2.39 (60.7)
10.30 (261.5) 36 1.16 (29.5) 2.34 (59.4)
10.20 (259.0) 42 1.21 (30.5) 2.29 (58.2)
10.10 (256.5) 48 1.26 (32.0) 2.24 (56.9)
10.00 (254.0) 54 1.31 (33.5) 2.19 (55.6)
9.90 (251.5) 60 1.36 (34.5) 2.14 (54.4)
9.80 (249.0) 64 1.41 (36.0) 2.09 (53.1)
9.70 (246.5) 67 1.46 (37.0) 2.04 (51.8)
9.60 (244.0) 70 1.51 (38.5) 1.99 (50.5)
9.50 (241.5) 73 1.56 (39.5) 1.94 (49.3)
9.40 (239.0) 76 1.61 (41.0) 1.89 (48.0)
9.30 (236.0) 79 1.66 (42.0) 1.84 (46.7)
9.20 (233.5) 82 1.71 (43.5) 1.79 (45.5)
9.10 (231.0) 85 1.76 (44.5) 1.74 (44.2)
9.00 (228.5) 88 1.81 (46.0) 1.69 (42.9)
8.90 (226.0) 91 1.86 (47.0) 1.64 (41.7)
8.80 (223.5) 94 1.91 (48.5) 1.59 (40.4)
8.70 (221.0) 97 1.96 (50.0) 1.54 (39.1)
8.60 (218.5) 100 2.01 (51.0) 1.49 (37.8)
8.50 (216.0) 103 2.06 (52.5) 1.44 (36.6)
8.40 (213.5) 106 2.11 (53.5) 1.39 (35.3)
8.30 (211.0) 109 2.16 (55.0) 1.34 (34.0)
8.20 (208.5) 112 2.21 (56.0) 1.29 (32.8)
8.10 (205.5) 115 2.26 (57.5) 1.24 (31.5)
8.00 (203.0) 118 2.31 (58.5) 1.19 (30.2)
7.90 (200.5) 121 2.36 (60.0) 1.14 (29.0)
7.80 (198.0) 124 2.41 (61.0) 1.09 (27.7)
7.70 (195.5) 127 2.46 (62.5) 1.04 (26.4)

1 Flange diameter is 12.64 in. (321 mm)


2 Wear Chart: 6300

271
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Not for use with Sound Reduction Sprocket

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
14.05 (357.0) 0
14.00 (355.5) 5
13.95 (354.5) 10
13.90 (353.0) 15
13.85 (352.0) 19
13.80 (350.5) 22
13.75 (349.5) 25
13.70 (348.0) 28
13.65 (346.5) 31
13.60 (345.5) 34
13.55 (344.0) 37
13.50 (343.0) 40
13.45 (341.5) 43
13.40 (340.5) 46
13.35 (339.0) 49
13.30 (338.0) 52
13.25 (336.5) 55
13.20 (335.5) 58
13.15 (334.0) 61
13.10 (332.5) 64
13.05 (331.5) 67
13.00 (330.0) 70
12.95 (329.0) 73
12.90 (327.5) 76
12.85 (326.5) 79
12.80 (325.0) 82
12.75 (324.0) 85
12.70 (322.5) 88
12.65 (321.5) 91
12.60 (320.0) 94
12.55 (319.0) 97
12.50 (317.5) 100
12.45 (316.0) 103
12.40 (315.0) 106
12.35 (313.5) 109
12.30 (312.5) 112
12.25 (311.0) 115
12.20 (310.0) 118
12.15 (308.5) 121
NOTE: Measure across 3 teeth

1 Wear Chart: 7200

272
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Sprockets (1)
Sound Reduction Sprocket only

Tape Measure
Inches (mm) % Worn
13.80 (350.5) 0
13.75 (349.5) 5
13.70 (348.0) 10
13.65 (346.5) 15
13.60 (345.5) 20
13.55 (344.0) 25
13.50 (343.0) 30
13.45 (341.5) 35
13.40 (340.5) 40
13.35 (339.0) 45
13.30 (338.0) 50
13.25 (336.5) 55
13.20 (335.5) 58
13.15 (334.0) 61
13.10 (332.5) 64
13.05 (331.5) 67
13.00 (330.0) 70
12.95 (329.0) 73
12.90 (327.5) 76
12.85 (326.5) 79
12.80 (325.0) 82
12.75 (324.0) 85
12.70 (322.5) 88
12.65 (321.5) 91
12.60 (320.0) 94
12.55 (319.0) 97
12.50 (317.5) 100
12.45 (316.0) 103
12.40 (315.0) 106
12.35 (313.5) 109
12.30 (312.5) 112
12.25 (311.0) 115
12.20 (310.0) 118
12.15 (308.5) 121

1 Wear Chart: 7202

273
D8N, D8R, D8T - 8.58 in. (218 mm)
Track Links (1)
SystemOneTrack
304-5680

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Lesser % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
5.98 (152.0) 0 1.67 (42.4)
5.96 (151.5) 5 1.65 (41.9)
5.94 (151.0) 10 1.63 (41.4)
5.92 (150.5) 15 1.61 (40.9)
5.90 (150.0) 20 1.59 (40.4)
5.88 (149.5) 25 1.57 (39.9)
5.86 (149.0) 30 1.55 (39.4)
5.84 (148.5) 35 1.53 (38.9)
5.82 (148.0) 40 1.51 (38.4)
5.80 (147.5) 45 1.49 (37.8)
5.78 (147.0) 50 1.47 (37.3)
5.76 (146.5) 55 1.45 (36.8)
5.74 (146.0) 60 1.43 (36.3)
5.72 (145.5) 64 1.41 (35.8)
5.70 (145.0) 68 1.39 (35.3)
5.68 (144.5) 71 1.37 (34.8)
5.66 (144.0) 74 1.35 (34.3)
5.64 (143.5) 77 1.33 (33.8)
5.62 (142.5) 81 1.31 (33.3)
5.60 (142.0) 84 1.29 (32.8)
5.58 (141.5) 87 1.27 (32.3)
5.56 (141.0) 90 1.25 (31.8)
5.54 (140.5) 94 1.23 (31.2)
5.52 (140.0) 97 1.21 (30.7)
5.50 (139.5) 100 1.19 (30.2)
5.48 (139.0) 103 1.17 (29.7)
5.46 (138.5) 107 1.15 (29.2)
5.44 (138.0) 110 1.13 (28.7)
5.42 (137.5) 113 1.11 (28.2)
5.40 (137.0) 116 1.09 (27.7)
5.38 (136.5) 120 1.07 (27.2)

1 Wear Chart: 131 Lesser


2 If 304-5680 link cracking has NOT been experienced, please use the Greater Allowable Wear
chart located on, page 209. Also see, page 88 for further definition of Link Allowable Wear.

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D8L, D8N, D8R, D8T, 578, 583R, 583T, 587T, PL83, PL87 - 8.50 in. (215.9 mm)
Track Links (1)
8E-4505 & 06
8E-4513 & 14

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Lesser % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
5.90 (150.0) 0 1.88 (47.8)
5.88 (149.5) 5 1.86 (47.2)
5.86 (149.0) 10 1.84 (46.7)
5.84 (148.5) 15 1.82 (46.2)
5.82 (148.0) 20 1.80 (45.7)
5.80 (147.5) 25 1.78 (45.2)
5.78 (147.0) 30 1.76 (44.7)
5.76 (146.5) 35 1.74 (44.2)
5.74 (146.0) 40 1.72 (43.7)
5.72 (145.5) 45 1.70 (43.2)
5.70 (145.0) 50 1.68 (42.7)
5.68 (144.5) 55 1.66 (42.2)
5.66 (144.0) 60 1.64 (41.7)
5.64 (143.5) 64 1.62 (41.1)
5.62 (142.5) 68 1.60 (40.6)
5.60 (142.0) 71 1.58 (40.1)
5.58 (141.5) 74 1.56 (39.6)
5.56 (141.0) 77 1.54 (39.1)
5.54 (140.5) 81 1.52 (38.6)
5.52 (140.0) 84 1.50 (38.1)
5.50 (139.5) 87 1.48 (37.6)
5.48 (139.0) 90 1.46 (37.1)
5.46 (138.5) 94 1.44 (36.6)
5.44 (138.0) 97 1.42 (36.1)
5.42 (137.5) 100 1.40 (35.6)
5.40 (137.0) 103 1.38 (35.1)
5.38 (136.5) 107 1.36 (34.5)
5.36 (136.0) 110 1.34 (34.0)
5.34 (135.5) 113 1.32 (33.5)
5.32 (135.0) 116 1.30 (33.0)
5.30 (134.5) 120 1.28 (32.5)

1 Wear Chart: 125 Lesser


2 If 8E-4505 & 06 or 8E-4513 & 14 link cracking has NOT been experienced, please use the
Greater Allowable Wear chart located on, page 210. Also see, page 88 for further definition
of Link Allowable Wear.

275
D9N, D9R, D9T - 9.45 in. (240 mm)
Track Links (1)
9W-2743 & 44
7T-2275 & 76

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Lesser % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
6.53 (166.0) 0 2.28 (57.9)
6.51 (165.5) 5 2.26 (57.4)
6.49 (165.0) 10 2.24 (56.9)
6.47 (164.5) 15 2.22 (56.4)
6.45 (164.0) 20 2.20 (55.9)
6.43 (163.5) 25 2.18 (55.4)
6.41 (163.0) 30 2.16 (54.9)
6.39 (162.5) 35 2.14 (54.4)
6.37 (162.0) 40 2.12 (53.8)
6.35 (161.5) 45 2.10 (53.3)
6.33 (161.0) 50 2.08 (52.8)
6.31 (160.5) 55 2.06 (52.3)
6.29 (160.0) 60 2.04 (51.8)
6.27 (159.5) 64 2.02 (51.3)
6.25 (159.0) 68 2.00 (50.8)
6.23 (158.0) 71 1.98 (50.3)
6.21 (157.5) 74 1.96 (49.8)
6.19 (157.0) 77 1.94 (49.3)
6.17 (156.5) 81 1.92 (48.8)
6.15 (156.0) 84 1.90 (48.3)
6.13 (155.5) 87 1.88 (47.8)
6.11 (155.0) 90 1.86 (47.2)
6.09 (154.5) 94 1.84 (46.7)
6.07 (154.0) 97 1.82 (46.2)
6.05 (153.5) 100 1.80 (45.7)
6.03 (153.0) 103 1.78 (45.2)
6.01 (152.5) 107 1.76 (44.7)
5.99 (152.0) 110 1.74 (44.2)
5.97 (151.5) 113 1.72 (43.7)
5.95 (151.0) 116 1.70 (43.2)
5.93 (150.5) 120 1.68 (42.7)

1 Wear Chart: 160 Lesser


2 If 9W-2743 & 44, 7T-2275 & 76 link cracking has NOT been experienced, please use the Great-
er Allowable Wear chart located on, page 227. Also see, page 88 for further definition of Link
Allowable Wear.

276
D9L, 589 - 9.00 in. (228.6 mm)
Track Links (1)
7T-7629 & 30
7T-4137 & 38

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Lesser % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
6.34 (161.0) 0 1.85 (47.0)
6.32 (160.5) 5 1.83 (46.5)
6.30 (160.0) 10 1.81 (46.0)
6.28 (159.5) 15 1.79 (45.5)
6.26 (159.0) 20 1.77 (45.0)
6.24 (158.5) 25 1.75 (44.5)
6.22 (158.0) 30 1.73 (43.9)
6.20 (157.5) 35 1.71 (43.4)
6.18 (157.0) 40 1.69 (42.9)
6.16 (156.5) 45 1.67 (42.4)
6.14 (156.0) 50 1.65 (41.9)
6.12 (155.5) 55 1.63 (41.4)
6.10 (155.0) 60 1.61 (40.9)
6.08 (154.5) 64 1.59 (40.4)
6.06 (154.0) 68 1.57 (39.9)
6.04 (153.5) 71 1.55 (39.4)
6.02 (153.0) 74 1.53 (38.9)
6.00 (152.5) 77 1.51 (38.4)
5.98 (152.0) 81 1.49 (37.8)
5.96 (151.5) 84 1.47 (37.3)
5.94 (151.0) 87 1.45 (36.8)
5.92 (150.5) 90 1.43 (36.3)
5.90 (150.0) 94 1.41 (35.8)
5.88 (149.5) 97 1.39 (35.3)
5.86 (149.0) 100 1.37 (34.8)
5.84 (148.5) 103 1.35 (34.3)
5.82 (148.0) 107 1.33 (33.8)
5.80 (147.5) 110 1.31 (33.3)
5.78 (147.0) 113 1.29 (32.8)
5.76 (146.5) 116 1.27 (32.3)
5.74 (146.0) 120 1.25 (31.8)

1 Wear Chart: 141 Lesser


2 If 7T-7629 & 30, 7T-4137 & 38 link cracking has NOT been experienced, please use the Greater
Allowable Wear chart located on, page 237. Also see, page 88 for further definition of Link Al-
lowable Wear.

277
D10N, D10R, D10T - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Links (1)
9W-5265 & 66
7T-0715 & 16
320-3053 & 54
Standard Link or Scallop Resistant Link

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Lesser % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
7.12 (181.0) 0 2.36 (59.9)
7.10 (180.5) 5 2.34 (59.4)
7.08 (180.0) 10 2.32 (58.9)
7.06 (179.5) 15 2.30 (58.4)
7.04 (179.0) 20 2.28 (57.9)
7.02 (178.5) 25 2.26 (57.4)
7.00 (178.0) 30 2.24 (56.9)
6.98 (177.5) 35 2.22 (56.4)
6.96 (177.0) 40 2.20 (55.9)
6.94 (176.5) 45 2.18 (55.4)
6.92 (176.0) 50 2.16 (54.9)
6.90 (175.5) 55 2.14 (54.4)
6.88 (175.0) 60 2.12 (53.8)
6.86 (174.0) 64 2.10 (53.3)
6.84 (173.5) 68 2.08 (52.8)
6.82 (173.0) 71 2.06 (52.3)
6.80 (172.5) 74 2.04 (51.8)
6.78 (172.0) 77 2.02 (51.3)
6.76 (171.5) 81 2.00 (50.8)
6.74 (171.0) 84 1.98 (50.3)
6.72 (170.5) 87 1.96 (49.8)
6.70 (170.0) 90 1.94 (49.3)
6.68 (169.5) 94 1.92 (48.8)
6.66 (169.0) 97 1.90 (48.3)
6.64 (168.5) 100 1.88 (47.8)
6.62 (168.0) 103 1.86 (47.2)
6.60 (167.5) 107 1.84 (46.7)
6.58 (167.0) 110 1.82 (46.2)
6.56 (166.5) 113 1.80 (45.7)
6.54 (166.0) 116 1.78 (45.2)
6.52 (165.5) 120 1.76 (44.7)

1 Wear Chart: 183 Lesser


2 If 9W-5265 & 66, 7T-0715 & 16, or 320-3053 & 54 link cracking has NOT been experienced,
please use the Greater Allowable Wear chart located on, page 245. Also see, page 88 for fur-
ther definition of Link Allowable Wear.

278
D10 - 10.25 in. (260.4 mm)
Track Links (1)
9W-5723 & 24
9W-5933 & 34

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Lesser % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
7.12 (181.0) 0 1.92 (48.8)
7.10 (180.5) 5 1.90 (48.3)
7.08 (180.0) 10 1.88 (47.8)
7.06 (179.5) 15 1.86 (47.2)
7.04 (179.0) 20 1.84 (46.7)
7.02 (178.5) 25 1.82 (46.2)
7.00 (178.0) 30 1.80 (45.7)
6.98 (177.5) 35 1.78 (45.2)
6.96 (177.0) 40 1.76 (44.7)
6.94 (176.5) 45 1.74 (44.2)
6.92 (176.0) 50 1.72 (43.7)
6.90 (175.5) 55 1.70 (43.2)
6.88 (175.0) 60 1.68 (42.7)
6.86 (174.0) 64 1.66 (42.2)
6.84 (173.5) 68 1.64 (41.7)
6.82 (173.0) 71 1.62 (41.1)
6.80 (172.5) 74 1.60 (40.6)
6.78 (172.0) 77 1.58 (40.1)
6.76 (171.5) 81 1.56 (39.6)
6.74 (171.0) 84 1.54 (39.1)
6.72 (170.5) 87 1.52 (38.6)
6.70 (170.0) 90 1.50 (38.1)
6.68 (169.5) 94 1.48 (37.6)
6.66 (169.0) 97 1.46 (37.1)
6.64 (168.5) 100 1.44 (36.6)
6.62 (168.0) 103 1.42 (36.1)
6.60 (167.5) 107 1.40 (35.6)
6.58 (167.0) 110 1.38 (35.1)
6.56 (166.5) 113 1.36 (34.5)
6.54 (166.0) 116 1.34 (34.0)
6.52 (165.5) 120 1.32 (33.5)

1 Wear Chart: 182 Lesser


2 If 9W-5723 & 24, 9W-5933 & 34 link cracking has NOT been experienced, please use the
Greater Allowable Wear chart located on, page 255. Also see, page 88 for further definition
of Link Allowable Wear.

279
D11N, D11R, D11T - 12.50 in. (317.5 mm)
Track Links (1)
6T-8049 & 50
320-3541 & 42
Standard Link or Scallop Resistant Link

Depth Gauge Allowable Wear Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) Lesser % (2) Worn Inches (mm)
7.79 (198.0) 0 2.24 (56.9)
7.77 (197.5) 5 2.22 (56.4)
7.75 (197.0) 10 2.20 (55.9)
7.73 (196.5) 15 2.18 (55.4)
7.71 (196.0) 20 2.16 (54.9)
7.69 (195.5) 25 2.14 (54.4)
7.67 (195.0) 30 2.12 (53.8)
7.65 (194.5) 35 2.10 (53.3)
7.63 (194.0) 40 2.08 (52.8)
7.61 (193.5) 45 2.06 (52.3)
7.59 (193.0) 50 2.04 (51.8)
7.57 (192.5) 55 2.02 (51.3)
7.55 (192.0) 60 2.00 (50.8)
7.53 (191.5) 64 1.98 (50.3)
7.51 (191.0) 68 1.96 (49.8)
7.49 (190.0) 71 1.94 (49.3)
7.47 (189.5) 74 1.92 (48.8)
7.45 (189.0) 77 1.90 (48.3)
7.43 (188.5) 81 1.88 (47.8)
7.41 (188.0) 84 1.86 (47.2)
7.39 (187.5) 87 1.84 (46.7)
7.37 (187.0) 90 1.82 (46.2)
7.35 (186.5) 94 1.80 (45.7)
7.33 (186.0) 97 1.78 (45.2)
7.31 (185.5) 100 1.76 (44.7)
7.29 (185.0) 103 1.74 (44.2)
7.27 (184.5) 107 1.72 (43.7)
7.25 (184.0) 110 1.70 (43.2)
7.23 (183.5) 113 1.68 (42.7)
7.21 (183.0) 116 1.66 (42.2)
7.19 (182.5) 120 1.64 (41.7)

1 Wear Chart: 200 Lesser


2 If 6T-8049 & 50, 320-3541 & 42 link cracking has NOT been experienced, please use the Great-
er Allowable Wear chart located on, page 264. Also see, page 88 for further definition of Link
Allowable Wear.

280
Notes

281
Low Sprocket Machines

Undercarriage Identification
The easiest way to identify track is to read the part number forged into the link. This list cross-refer-
ences link part numbers to the correct percent worn chart pages.

Genuine Cat Undercarriage


Model Pitch Link Part Number Wear Chart Pages
D3C, D3G, D3K 6.91 in. (175.5 mm) 260-6740 From, page 299
D4C, D4G, D4K 233-5188 To, page 309
D3 (AII) 6.125 in. (155.6 mm) 6Y-0935 & 36 From, page 310
D4B, D4C, D4G, D4K 6S-8343 & 44 To, page 326
931, 933, 935 257-7765 & 66
D4, D4D, D4E 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 9K-6628 & 29 From, page 327
941 7K-1825 & 26 To, page 340
5K-9423 & 24
5K-9457 & 58
D5K 7.50 in. (190 mm) 235-2529 See, page 342
D5K 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 6Y-9261 & 62 From, page 343
To, page 355
D5C, D5G, 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 108-0947 & 48 From, page 357
939 6Y-9261 & 62 To, page 377
235-2514
D5, D5B 6.91 in. (175.5 mm) 7T-4539 & 40 From, page 378
951, 955, 561 257-8012 & 13 To, page 399
3P-7153 & 54
175-8248 & 49
D6K, PL61 7.50 in (190 mm) 235-2529 From, page 400
To, page 411
D6, D6B 8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 8E-7405 & 06 From, page 412
D6C, D6D 378-8241 & 42 To, page 444
955 228-2735 & 36
7T-4645 & 46
3P-1112 & 13
175-8256 & 57
D7E 8.50 in (215.9 mm) 6I-9239 & 40 From, page 445
Electric Drive To, page 453
D7, D7D, D7E 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) 233-0385 & 86 From, page 454
D7F, D7G 289-3083 & 84 To, page 478
977 7T-4657 & 58
571 8S-2589 & 90
572 188-5251 & 52
D8 9.00 in. (228.7 mm) 7S-9181 & 82 From, page 480
583 188-5531 & 32 To, page 491
983
D9 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) 8E-4055 & 56 From, page 492
594 9S-1927 & 28 To, page 501

To determine percent worn for links not listed here, see Former Link Service Limits , page 30.

283
Components

Variables That Affect Wear Life


See the following pages for details on the effects of: Page
Controllable Variables See, page 10
Track Adjustment` See, page 10
Shoe Width See, page 11
Alignment See, page 13
Non-Controllable Variables See, page 17
Soil & Underfoot Conditions See, page 17
Environmental Variables See, page 19
Partially Controllable Variables See, page 22

Components
Links
See, page 24 through, page 28 for detailed link information.

Measurement Measure the track link over the centerline of the pin and bushing bores. See, page
24 for details.
Wear Patterns See, page 25 through, page 26 for a detailed discussion of link wear patterns.
Split Master Links Use the assembly procedures on, page 28 for split master links. Refer to
Shoes on, page 287 for bolt torque specifications.

Bushing Sealed & Lubricated Track

284
Components
Measurement Use the caliper, depth gauge or Ultrasonic Wear Indicator to measure the vertical
position to the closest 0.01 in. (0.25 mm). The vertical position is expected to be the most worn posi-
tion for Sealed and Lubricated Track bushings on low sprocket machines. Measurement of other
wear positions can be made, but are not expected to be critical.
Bushing Allowable Wear Bushing allowable wear is based on the remaining strength to resist
cracks. For high impact underfoot conditions use lesser allowable wear. For low impact use greater
allow-able wear.

Dry Joints
See, page 37 for dry joint inspection procedures and recommended service. If a dry joint is found,
measure pitch extension over that one joint. Schedule service if the pitch exceeds these limits:

Model New Track Pitch Single Joint Wear Limit


D3 6.125 in. (155.6 mm) 6.50 in. (165 mm)
D4
931
933
935
D4 6.75 in. (171.5 mm) 7.25 in. (185 mm)
941
D3 6.91 in. (171.5 mm) 7.50 in. (190 mm)
D4
D5
951
955
561
D5 7.50 in (190 mm) 8.00 in. (203.2 mm)
D6
D6 8.00 in. (203.2 mm) 8.67 in. (220 mm)
955
D7 8.50 in. (215.9 mm) 9.12 in. (321 mm)
977
571
572
D8 9.00 in. (228.7 mm) 9.75 in. (250 mm)
983
D9 10.25 in. (260.4 mm) 11.00 in. (280 mm)
594

285
Components

Bushing Sealed Track External

Measurement To measure external wear use the caliper or the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator. Meas-
ure the minimum diameter regardless of the position (vertical, forward, reverse). See details on
measurement procedures on, page 39.
Bushing Allowable Wear Bushing allowable wear is based on the remaining strength to resist
cracks. For low sprocket machines, the choice between two allowable wears is based on high or
low impact conditions because the sprocket is close to the ground and subject to impact.

Pin and Bushing Sealed Track Internal

Measurement Sealed track internal wear is measured by deter-mining the pitch extended length
over four adjacent sections with a tape measure calibrated in 0.02 in.(0.5 mm) increments. The track
must be tight before measuring. Measure from the side of one pin to the same side of the fifth pin
away (which includes 4 sections). See details on measurement procedure on, page 42.

Shoes
See, page 44 for detailed shoe information.

Measurement Use the depth gauge or the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator to measure shoes.

286
Components

Shoe & Master Link Bolt Torque/Turn Specifications


Additional Turn
Bolt Master Link
Model Size Torque(1) Regular Shoe Master Shoe
D3 1/2 in. 130 25 ft. lb.
D4 175 40 Nm
931
933
935
D3 9/16 in. 65 15 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
D4 90 20 Nm
931
933
935
D4 5/8 in. 126 30 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
D5 170 40 Nm
D6
941
943
951
561
D6 3/4 in. 220 40 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
D7 300 50 Nm
955
977
571
572
D7E 7/8 in. 250 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
340 70 Nm
D8 7/8 in. 250 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
983 340 70 Nm
D9 1 in. 400 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn + 1/2 turn
594 540 70 Nm

1 See, page 29 for assembling and torque tightening procedures.

287
Components

SystemOne Shoe and Master Link Track Torque/Turn Specifications*


Clamp Master Clamp Master
Standard Links Track Shoes (Open Window) (Center Strut)
Bolt Additional Additional Additional
Model Size Pre Torque Turn Pre Torque Turn Pre Torque Turn
D3G, D3K 16 mm 107 18 ft-lb 1/3 turn 166 ft-lb 1/3 turn
D4G, D4K 145 25 Nm 225 Nm
D5G 16 mm 107 18 ft-lb 1/3 turn 184 18 ft-lb 4 x 1/4 turn
145 25 Nm 250 25 Nm (2)

D5K 18 mm 148 18 ft-lb 1/3 turn 184 18 ft-lb 4 x 1/4 turn 258 18 ft-lb 1/3 turn
200 25 Nm 250 25 Nm (2) 350 25 Nm
D6K 18 mm 148 18 ft-lb 1/3 turn 184 18 ft-lb 4 x 1/4 turn 258 18 ft-lb 1/3 turn
200 25 Nm 250 25 Nm (2) 350 25 Nm

* For detailed Installation and Removal of SystemOne Clamp Masters, see Undercarriage Reconditioning Bulle-
tin, REHS2220.
** Use the Assembling and Tightening Procedure, page 29.

Idlers

See, page 49 through, page 51 for detailed idler information, including Conventional, Center Tread,
and Relieved Center Tread Idlers.
Measurement Use the Depth Gauge, Ultrasonic Wear Indicator, or Caliper to measure idlers.

Sprocketed Center Tread Idlers and Relieved Sprocketed Center Tread Idlers
(for D6K models)

Measurement Technique
Sprocketed Center Tread Idler or Relieved Sprocketed Idler tread wear is measured with the depth
gauge, tape or small caliper. However, measurement with the caliper may not be accurate if there
is no room to use it. Angled caliper measurement would give a greater wear measurement than ac-
tual. The sprocketed idlers cannot be measured with the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator.
The measurement location is at the idler root as illustrated on the next page.

2 Turn each bolt 90 degrees (1/4) at a time for four (4) turns so deflection is uniform.
These turns are to be completed in a clockwise pattern.

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Components

Rebuildability
Sprocketed Center Tread Idlers are not rebuildable.
Installation
Note that the part number side of the idler also has an oil fill plug. This side of the idler should be in-
stalled to face the outside of the machine.
For complete details on the improved D6K Sprocketed Idlers, reference Special Instruction
REHS7603.

Carrier Rollers

See, page 53 through, page 55 for detailed carrier roller information.


Measurement Use the caliper or the Ultrasonic Wear Indicator to measure carrier rollers.

Track Rollers

See, page 56 through, page 59 for detailed track roller information.


Measurement Track rollers can be measured with a depth gauge, a caliper or an Ultrasonic
Wear Indicator. The wear charts include both measurements. For instructions on how to make ei-
ther measurement, see, page 56.

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Components

Roller Flange Sequence

Idler Sprocket
F 2 3 4 5 6 7

From the chart which follows, you will note that the rear roller (the roller nearest the sprocket) is
usually a single flange roller. If a double flange roller were used as the rear roller, interference
could occur between the inner flange and the sprocket teeth. Therefore, a double flange roller
should not usually be placed in the rear position.

Roller Position
Rollers
Model Per Side F 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
D2 4 S D D S
D3 7 D D S S D S S
D3 5 S D S D S
D3 LGP 6 S D S S D S
D3G XL, D3K XL 6 S S S S S S
D3 LGP, D3K LGP 6 S S S S S S
D4NC 4 S D D S
D4, D4D, D4E 5 S D S D S
D4C, D4G 5 S D S D S
D4C LGP 6 S D S S D S
D4C XL 6 S D S S D S
D4G LGP 6 S D S S D S
D4G LGP, D4K LGP 6 S S S S S S
D4G XL 6 S D S S D S
D4G XL, D4K XL 6 S S S S S S
D5, D5B 6 S D D S D S
D5 LGP 7 S D D S D D S
D5C, D5G 6 S D S S D S
D5C, D5G 5 D D S D S
D5K 7 S D S S D S D
D5K 7 S S S S S S S
D6 6 S D D D D S
D6 LGP 7 D D S D S D S
D6B, D6NC 6 S D D D D S
D6C, D6C 6 D S D S D S
D6K 7 S S S S S S S
D7NC (8.00 in.) 5 S D S D S
D7 6 D S D S D S
D7 LGP 7 D D S D S D S
D7D, D7F, D7G 6 D S D S D S
D7E (Electric Drive) 7 S D S D S D S
D7E LGP (Electric Drive) 8 S D S D D S D S

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Components
Roller Position
Rollers
Model Per Side F 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
D8 7 D D S S D D S
D8 6 D S D S D S
D8NC (8.00 in.) 7 D D S D S D S
D8H, D8K 7 D D S D S D S
D8H, D8K 6 D S D S D S
D9, D9D, D9E, D9G, D9H 7 D D S D S D S
931 5 S D S D S
933C, 933E, 933F 5 D D S D S
935 5 D S S D S
941 5 D D S D S
951B, 951 LGP 5 S D S D S
951A 5 D S D S D
955F, 955E, 955C 5 D D S D S
955H 6 S D D S D S
955K, 955L 6 S D D S D S
977D 7 S D D D D D S
977E, 977H, 977K 7 D D S D S D S
983 7 D D S D S D S

Do Not Reuse Sprocket with turned (or replaced) Bushings

OK to Reuse Sprocket with turned (or replaced) Bushings

Sprockets
See, page 60 through, page 63 for detailed sprocket information.
Measurement Use the appropriate sprocket reuse indicator gauge (D9, D8, D7 5P-8617; D6,
D5, D4 5P-8616) at bushing turn time to determine reusability.
For D7E Electric Drive models, refer to Service Mag SEPD1459 for details on wear measurement
and replacement recommendations.
Sprocket Bolt Torques Use the torque-turn tightening method on, page 63.

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Components

Sprocket Bolt Torque Specifications


Model Bolt Size Torque Additional Turn
D3 1/2 in. 50 8 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
D4 70 10 Nm
D5 5/8 in. 130 30 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
D5C 175 40 Nm
D6
561
955
935C M16 75 15 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
100 20 Nm
D7 3/4 in. 220 40 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
571 300 50 Nm
572
977
D8 7/8 in. 250 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
D9 340 70 Nm
583
983
D9 1 in. 250 50 ft. lb. + 1/3 turn
594 340 70 Nm

Guards See, page 64 for detailed information on track guiding guards and track roller guards.

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Track Adjustment
Track Adjustment For Low Sprocket Track-Type Tractors and Loaders (except 943, 953,
963 and 973 Loaders)
For track sag and track adjustment of D7E Electric Drive machines, see, page 296 through, page
297. For complete details, reference D7E Operation and Maintenance Manual SEBU8200.

This track adjustment procedure enables users to achieve longer undercarriage component life.

Grease is under high pressure.


Grease coming out of the relief valve under pressure can penetrate the body causing injury or
death.
Do not watch the relief valve to see if grease is escaping. Watch the track or track adjustment
cylinder to see if the track is being loosened.

1 For proper adjustment, tractor should be in its working environment.

2 Move the machine forward a distance of twice its length. Allow the machine to come to
a stop without the use of the brakes.

3 At track adjustment mechanism, connect grease gun to fitting. Extend hydraulic track
adjuster until track idler is at maximum forward position. (Relief valve should remain
closed.)

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Track Adjustment

4 At this point, track should be almost straight between front carrier roller and idler. Do
not try to squeeze any packing material from between track parts. Do not move the trac-
tor back and forth to tighten the track.

5 On machines with one carrier roller per side, place a mark on the track roller frame 0.4
inch or 10 millimeters behind the rear edge of the front idler bearing assembly.
On machines with more than one carrier roller per side, mark the track roller frame 0.5
inch or 13 millimeters behind the rear edge of the assembly.

6 Open the hydraulic relief valve one turn maximum.

7 Then move the machine in reverse until idler backs up 1/2 in. (13 mm) or more.

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Track Adjustment

8 Close the hydraulic relief valve. Extend hydraulic track adjuster until the rear edge of the
idler bearing assembly aligns with mark on roller frame.
NOTE: The resulting reference sag should be 1.75 in. to 2.00 in. (45 mm to 55 mm) on
these models. Use for indication of approximate tension only.

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1. Move the machine forward for a distance of two times the length of the machine. Slowly re-
duce the machine to zero speed with the travel control pedal. Shut off the engine.
2. Stand on the track between the front idler and the track carrier roller in order to produce as
much track sag as possible.

3. Measure the track sag in two places on each track.


a. Place a tight string or a straight edge on top of the grousers between the carrier roller and
front idler. Measure distance (A) from the straight edge to the grouser tip at the lowest
point of sag.
b. Place a tight string or a straight edge on top of the grousers between the two carrier roll-
ers. Measure distance (B) from the straight edge to the grouser tip at the lowest point of
sag.
4. Total the two measurements. The total correct adjustment of the dimensions is 50 mm (2.0 inch)
to 65 mm (2.60 in).
5. Refer to Table 1 in order to determine the correct sag.

Table 1
D7E Track Sag (Range)
Location D7E D7E LGP
Front (A) 35 mm (1.4 inch) to 45 mm (1.8 inch) 25 mm (1.0 inch) to 30 mm (1.2 inch)
Center (B) 15 mm (0.6 inch) to 20 mm (0.8 inch) 25 mm (1.0 inch) to 35 mm (1.4 inch)
Total (A + B) 50 mm (2.0 inch) to 65 mm (2.6 inch) 50 mm (2.0 inch) to 65 mm (2.6 inch)

If the track appears to be too tight or too loose, proceed to Track Adjustment

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D7E Electric Drive Track Sag and Adjustment

Track Adjustment

Do not remove any parts until all pressure has been relieved to avoid possible personal injury. Relieve pres-
sure by opening relief valve one turn maximum. See maintenance guide for track adjustment procedure.

1. Move the machine forward for a distance of two times the length of the machine. Slowly reduce
the machine to zero speed with the travel control pedal. Shut off the engine. Adjust the tracks
while you are in the typical operating conditions of the machine. If packing conditions prevail on
the job, the track should be adjusted with packing material.
Note: Perform Steps 2 through 5 on both sides of the machine.
D7E
Left Track roller frame

D7E LGP
Right track roller frame

2. Remove the valve cover plate for the track adjusting mechanism.

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D7E Electric Drive Track Sag and Adjustment

3. Add grease through track adjustment valve (1) in order to tighten the track. To loosen the track,
rotate relief valve (2) counterclockwise. Then close the relief valve.
4. Set the front track sag to the dimensions in Table 2.

Table 2
D7E Track Sag (Range)
Location D7E D7E LGP
Front (A) (1) 35 mm (1.4 inch) to 45 mm (1.8 25 mm (1.0 inch) to 30 mm (1.2
inch) inch)
Center (B) 15 mm (0.6 inch) to 20 mm (0.8 25 mm (1.0 inch) to 35 mm (1.4
inch) inch)
Total (A + B) 50 mm (2.0 inch) to 65 mm (2.6 50 mm (2.0 inch) to 65 mm (2.6
inch) inch)
5. Replace the valve cover plate for the track adjusting mechanism.

1 Adjust the front sag on each side of the machine. Add the track sag at the front and the cen-
ter for the total.

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D3C, D3G, D3K, D4C, D4G, D4K - 6.91 in. (175.5 mm)
Track Links (1)
SystemOne Track
260-6740

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
3.66 (93.0) 0 0.84 (21.3)
3.64 (92.5) 7 0.82 (20.8)
3.62 (92.0) 14 0.80 (20.3)
3.60 (91.5) 21 0.78 (19.8)
3.58 (91.0) 28 0.76 (19.3)
3.56 (90.5) 35 0.74 (18.8)
3.54 (90.0) 42 0.72 (18.3)
3.52 (89.5) 49 0.70 (17.8)
3.50 (89.0) 56 0.68 (17.3)
3.48 (88.5) 63 0.66 (16.8)
3.46 (88.0) 70 0.64 (16.3)
3.44 (87.5) 75 0.62 (15.7)
3.42 (87.0) 80 0.60 (15.2)
3.40 (86.5) 85 0.58 (14.7)
3.38 (86.0) 90 0.56 (14.2)
3.36 (85.5) 95 0.54 (13.7)
3.34 (85.0) 100 0.52 (13.2)
3.32 (84.5) 105 0.50 (12.7)
3.30 (84.0) 110 0.48 (12.2)
3.28 (83.5) 115 0.46 (11.7)
3.26 (83.0) 120 0.44 (11.2)

1 Wear Chart: 65

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D3C, D3G, D3K, D4C, D4G, D4K - 6.91 in. (175.5 mm)
Track Links (1)
SystemOne Track
233-5188

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
3.58 (91.0) 0 0.76 (19.3)
3.56 (90.5) 7 0.74 (18.8)
3.54 (90.0) 14 0.72 (18.3)
3.52 (89.5) 21 0.70 (17.8)
3.50 (89.0) 28 0.68 (17.3)
3.48 (88.5) 35 0.66 (16.8)
3.46 (88.0) 42 0.64 (16.3)
3.44 (87.5) 49 0.62 (15.7)
3.42 (87.0) 56 0.60 (15.2)
3.40 (86.5) 63 0.58 (14.7)
3.38 (86.0) 70 0.56 (14.2)
3.36 (85.5) 75 0.54 (13.7)
3.34 (85.0) 80 0.52 (13.2)
3.32 (84.5) 85 0.50 (12.7)
3.30 (84.0) 90 0.48 (12.2)
3.28 (83.5) 95 0.46 (11.7)
3.26 (83.0) 100 0.44 (11.2)
3.24 (82.5) 105 0.42 (10.7)
3.22 (82.0) 110 0.40 (10.2)
3.20 (81.5) 115 0.38 (9.7)
3.18 (81.0) 120 0.36 (9.1)

1 Wear Chart: 66

300
D3C, D3G, D3K, D4C, D4G, D4K - 6.91 in. (175.5 mm)
Bushings (1)
External Wear
SystemOne Track

Caliper Lesser Ultrasonic Depth Gauge


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm) Inches (mm)
2.12 (53.8) 0 0.35 (8.9) 2.79 (70.9)
2.10 (53.3) 8 0.34 (8.6) 2.78 (70.6)
2.08 (52.8) 16 0.33 (8.4) 2.77 (70.4)
2.06 (52.3) 24 0.32 (8.1) 2.76 (70.1)
2.04 (51.8) 32 0.31 (7.9) 2.75 (69.9)
2.02 (51.3) 40 0.30 (7.6) 2.74 (69.6)
2.00 (50.8) 48 0.29 (7.4) 2.73 (69.3)
1.98 (50.3) 56 0.28 (7.1) 2.72 (69.1)
1.96 (49.8) 64 0.27 (6.9) 2.71 (68.8)
1.94 (49.3) 72 0.26 (6.6) 2.70 (68.6)
1.92 (48.8) 76 0.25 (6.4) 2.69 (68.3)
1.90 (48.3) 80 0.24 (6.1) 2.68 (68.1)
1.88 (47.8) 84 0.23 (5.8) 2.67 (67.8)
1.86 (47.2) 88 0.22 (5.6) 2.66 (67.6)
1.84 (46.7) 92 0.21 (5.3) 2.65 (67.3)
1.82 (46.2) 96 0.20 (5.1) 2.64 (67.1)
1.80 (45.7) 100 0.19 (4.8) 2.63 (66.8)
1.78 (45.2) 104 0.18 (4.6) 2.62 (66.5)
1.76 (44.7) 108 0.17 (4.3) 2.61 (66.3)
1.74 (44.2) 112 0.16 (4.1) 2.60 (66.0)
1.72 (43.7) 116 0.15 (3.8) 2.59 (65.8)
1.70 (43.2) 120 0.14 (3.6) 2.58 (65.5)

1 Wear Chart: 663/664

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D3C, D3G, D3K, D4C, D4G, D4K - 6.91 in. (175.5 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Extreme Service
SystemOne Track

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
2.25 (57.0) 0 2.65 (67.2)
2.20 (56.0) 4 2.60 (65.9)
2.15 (54.5) 8 2.55 (64.7)
2.10 (53.5) 12 2.50 (63.4)
2.05 (52.0) 16 2.45 (62.1)
2.00 (51.0) 20 2.40 (60.9)
1.95 (49.5) 24 2.35 (59.6)
1.90 (48.5) 28 2.30 (58.3)
1.85 (47.0) 32 2.25 (57.0)
1.80 (45.5) 36 2.20 (55.8)
1.75 (44.5) 40 2.15 (54.5)
1.70 (43.0) 43 2.10 (53.2)
1.65 (42.0) 46 2.05 (52.0)
1.60 (40.5) 49 2.00 (50.7)
1.55 (39.5) 52 1.95 (49.4)
1.50 (38.0) 55 1.90 (48.2)
1.45 (37.0) 58 1.85 (46.9)
1.40 (35.5) 61 1.80 (45.6)
1.35 (34.5) 64 1.75 (44.3)
1.30 (33.0) 67 1.70 (43.1)
1.25 (32.0) 70 1.65 (41.8)
1.20 (30.5) 73 1.60 (40.5)
1.15 (29.0) 76 1.55 (39.3)
1.10 (28.0) 79 1.50 (38.0)
1.05 (26.5) 82 1.45 (36.7)
1.00 (25.5) 85 1.40 (35.5)
0.95 (24.0) 88 1.35 (34.2)
0.90 (23.0) 91 1.30 (32.9)
0.85 (21.5) 94 1.25 (31.6)
0.80 (20.5) 97 1.20 (30.4)
0.75 (19.0) 100 1.15 (29.1)
0.70 (18.0) 103 1.10 (27.8)
0.65 (16.5) 106 1.05 (26.6)
0.60 (15.0) 109 1.00 (25.3)
0.55 (14.0) 112 0.95 (24.0)
0.50 (12.5) 115 0.90 (22.8)
0.45 (11.5) 118 0.85 (21.5)
0.40 (10.0) 121 0.80 (20.2)

1 Wear Chart: 1560

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D3C, D3G, D3K, D4C, D4G, D4K - 6.91 in. (175.5 mm)
Track Shoes (1)
Moderate Service
SystemOne Track

Depth Gauge Ultrasonic


Inches (mm) % Worn Inches (mm)
1.85 (47.0) 0 2.20 (56.0)
1.80 (45.5) 5 2.15 (54.7)
1.75 (44.5) 10 2.10 (53.5)
1.70 (43.0) 15 2.05 (52.2)
1.65 (42.0) 20 2.00 (50.9)
1.60 (40.5) 25 1.95 (49.7)
1.55 (39.5) 30 1.90 (48.4)
1.50 (38.0) 35 1.85 (47.1)
1.45 (37.0) 40 1.80 (45.8)
1.40 (35.5) 45 1.75 (44.6)
1.35 (34.5) 50 1.70 (43.3)
1.30 (33.0) 55 1.65 (42.0)
1.25 (32.0) 60 1.60 (40.8)
1.20 (30.5) 64 1.55 (39.5)
1.15 (29.0) 68 1.50 (38.2)
1.10 (28.0) 72 1.45 (37.0)
1.05 (26.5) 76 1.40 (35.7)
1.00 (25.5) 80 1.35 (34.4)
0.95 (24.0) 84 1.30 (33.1)
0.90 (23.0) 88 1.25 (31.9)
0.85 (21.5) 92 1.20 (30.6)
0.80 (20.5) 96 1.15 (29.3)
0.75 (19.0) 100 1.10 (28.1)
0.70 (18.0) 104 1.05 (26.8)
0.65 (16.5) 108 1.00 (25.5)
0.60 (15.0) 112 0.95 (24.3)
0.55 (14.0) 116 0.90 (23.0)
0.50 (12.5) 120 0.85 (21.7)

1 W